According to a graphic from Mojo Motors, 27 states in the union have restrictions on where Tesla can sell cars. Of those 27, 16 voted for Romney in the 2012 presidential election. [keep reading]
Six months ago, Mojo Motors put together a handy map of states where Tesla can sell cars. We actually printed it out and hung it next to our desk as a handy reference guide–but it seemed a useful thing to share. [keep reading]
Gov. Rick Snyder recently signed legislation that Tesla Motors and others see as extremely restrictive for the California electric car maker to do business in the state. Snyder noted as he signed HB 5606 into law that Tesla’s unique, non-dealership, direct-to-consumer sales structure was already illegal in Michigan before the legislation cruised through Lansing. [keep reading]
For consumers who prize range above all else, Tesla has the car that continues to reign as the vehicle capable of the longest distance on a single charge. But what about the cost per mile of electric range? Mojomotors.com addressed that very conundrum in a recent article. [keep reading]
A Texas auto dealer is sending his amazing car collection to auction.
The 1996 Saab 900 Turbo likes to ask, “what you know about sleepers?”
Tesla engineers don’t tap beer kegs like the rest of the world.
Ever watched Transformers and wondered what Bumblebee would look like as a limo? One guy did.
Tesla Motors, the electric car manufacturer is bringing something new to the crossover market and it’s called the Tesla Model X. You may remember Tesla Motors for designing electric cars like the Model S or Roadster, but their latest whip is bigger, roomier and more practical. Tesla claims the Model X will “blend the best of an SUV with the benefits of minivan, as only an electric car can.” For the complete low down, keep reading below.