A few weeks ago I was making my normal commute home from Vallejo, California to Sacramento on Interstate 80, and stopped for my normal morning charge before my return trip home. I have had the same commute in my electric vehicle for the last year and honestly, I have not had had many problems running […]Read More EV Charging Networks Need To Improve To Meet Demands, Longer Range EVs Will Help Too
EV Chronicle’s new YouTube Channel was created to bring EV enthusists epic road trips while reviewing EVs, charging stations, amenities, and some good eating along key EV routes. Dave Ross, yours truly will be hosting the episodes. Episode 1 is a 150-mile road trip in a 2017 30 kWh Nissan LEAF to the Burger Lounge […]Read More EV Chronicle Launches YouTube Channel
EV Chronicle just launched a new podcast,”Kilowatt-hour”. The show will bring listeners a weekly podcast dedicated to EVs. Tune in to hear: – Current EV news – Road trip adventures – Interviews with EV enthusiasts – EV vehicle reviews – Commute rambling segments, (Road noise included! 😀 ) – Week 5/6 – Episode 1 – […]Read More EV Chronicle launches “Kilowatt-hour” a weekly podcast dedicated to EVs
A leaked email at Tesla addressed to employees from Elon Musk that has been verified and reported by multiple sources sets the tone for a goal of 6,000 units a week and to start 24/7 operations. In the email Elon Musk talks about shooting for a 6,000 unit weekly goal to set a margin of […]Read More Tesla Model 3 production to shoot for 6,000 units weekly with 24/7 operations per leaked employee email
Elon Musk was interviewed by CBS This Morning this week and gave a rare tour of the Model 3 assembly line at Tesla’s Fremont Factory in California. He also took a Model 3 out for a spin and talked about the Auto Pilot capabilities and limitations. During the interview he talked about “production hell” as […]Read More Elon Musk said “We put too much new technology into the Model 3 all at once, this should’ve been staged”
A recent photo was tweeted by @sinak on Twitter that was taken by @rjmiddleton during a drone flight showing a parking lot full of Teslas in San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood. The Teslas appear to be ready for delivery to customers. We are seeing a lot more photos recently with parking lots filled with Teslas. The […]Read More A whole lot of Teslas means a lot of logistics
Tesla has produced 7468 Model 3s to date and has ramped up to 1052 a week according to a new Bloomberg tracker that estimates the total to date and weekly production numbers. Per the Bloomberg Tesla Model 3 Tracker site “Bloomberg built its own tool to estimate the number of Model 3s rolling out of […]Read More Tesla Model 3 production appears to near 8,000 units.