TESLA : Life in the green fast lane

TESLA : Life in the green fast lane

We humans, invented transport for travel anywhere on the vehicle, not on our feet. First it was horse and carriage, which was slow and tiring, and then came a big change. Along came the car, with a combustion engine.

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This was faster and easier to drive than a horse and carriage. The car kept developing and getting better and better each time. Nowadays Cars burn fossil fuels. The problem with burning fossil fuels is that they release greenhouse gases which get trapped in the atmosphere. Some manufacturers are trying to invent and sell environmentally friendly vehicles like electric cars and Tesla is one of them.

It is extremely important to us and our mission that charging is convenient, abundant, and reliable for all owners current, and future. Even with low oil prices, the future for electric vehicles is bright. Going down battery prices, longer-range models, and more charging stations are driving forward electric vehicle sales. And with the auto industry investing billions to meet strong pollution standards globally, the oil industry has good reason to be nervous.

Tesla created the Supercharger network to make long-distance travel a seamless experience for drivers. Cars have always represented independence and the freedom to travel wherever and whenever people want to go. To enable this freedom, building a charging network that provides quick, convenient, and long-distance travel is critical to the adoption of electric vehicles. Tesla also providing supercharger for cars. The supercharger charge 50% battery in only 20 mins, So no waiting for charge the car. There are lots of facilities provided with the car by Tesla. So, My point of view I can say Tesla is the best company for creating new electric cars now and also in future. Another thing is that Tesla Motors has received more than 325,000 preorders for its hot new Model 3 electric car even though it will not be available for at least another year.

I want to say that electric cars may or may not help the country combat climate change—and it all depends on where the electricity comes from. It also would reduce other harmful pollution, such as ozone and particulate matter.

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