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    Inside Tesla Model S

    2. The Cars: Built for The Future

    When you look into Tesla cars it’s hard not to come off feeling like you’ve got a taste of the future, something you’d see in science fiction. It’s not just that they’re all electric, which in itself is futuristic, but everything else about them.

    The design is a balance of beautiful and futuristic yet not overstated. The details such as retracting handles, the keychain remote, the huge touch screen that gives you a huge amount of control, smartphone app that shows battery status and controls some car’s functions, the amount of storage space, and the ability to customize it before ordering all accumulate to give it a unique edge.

    Then there’s the way it feels when you drive it. It’s quite unlike anything you’ve experienced before. The low center of gravity makes it really stable. It’s acceleration pumps up the adrenaline and makes you feel like you’re about to lift off like an airplane. The quietnesss of its engine, which is actually completely silent, allows you to experience the environment you’re driving through a lot more.

    And of course, going back to the fact it’s all electric means that you can plug it in and charge it anywhere, that it’s got no mini explosions going on less than a meter of your body like in combustion engines, that energy that powers it can come from many sources different sources making it future proof, and so on.

    If you’re gonna take over the future this is the way to do it. This car feels like the future for more reasons than just being all-electric.

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    7 comments
    1. Magnus Thunderson

      24 July, 2014 at 3:49 am

      now if tesla can bring the price down to 35k or less with the Tesla 3 that would be a big step as currently Nissan no long has a surplus but a 3 month waiting list and growing and within 2015 lizard battery and there new policy of free charring stations but the lizard battery is not any bigger just better suited for hotter temp like Tampa so still suck at about 80 miles which is just to short of a range so until they get up to at least 125-150 min as both high heat and very cold weather effect the range as well as the age of the battery

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    2. ejhr

      21 July, 2014 at 1:09 pm

      This gentleman is most certainly NOT starting from first principles! Otherwise he would show he understands the exponential equation and the 2nd law of thermodynamics. he would understand our civilization has already started its slide to destruction and that going to mars or space are pipe dreams. We won’t even be able to keep going with what we have now as the exponential growth in population and consumption will hit a wall, i.e., a finite planet real soon now. we are heading for a resource poor world,a low tech environment with expensive food also probably scarce as well.
      Fun times ahead!Not!

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      • WillSpencer

        21 July, 2014 at 1:19 pm

        You’re still promoting the two-hundred year old and repetitively disproven Malthusian Fallacy?

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        • ejhr

          21 July, 2014 at 9:21 pm

          It’s not ever disproven, just delayed. Don’t tell me you are ignorant of the exponential equation too? [Mind you, most are]

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        • zahid

          9 May, 2016 at 8:31 am

          i have forgotten my paasword as well as not have access to alternate id and i m using other phone number so how can i recover my paasword

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    3. salvador

      19 July, 2014 at 6:22 am

      BMW and Mercedes are introducing their electric cars just to show Tesla that they can make it too.

      Big car companies are playing catchup.

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    4. David Ouyang

      15 July, 2014 at 8:38 pm

      Great picture of a car. It is nice to have an ambition which might change the world.
      I have heard of many alternative fuels that can run a car, such as grass clippings, algae, etc.
      Which alternative fuel will take dominance? I think it is too early to tell. I hope that we will not end up with so many alternatives that we will burden the car manufacturers with building cars to accommodate all fuels. I think though that the government will choose one for us.

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