Tesla has opens its twentieth Supercharger station in the UK, continuing the rapid expansion of the fast-charging network to enable long-distance travel in Tesla’s all-electric vehicles.
The first volume production electric car by Mercedes-Benz – the B-Class Electric Drive – is now available to order in the UK.
Tesla has opened a Birmingham store and service centre, a five-minute drive from A45 and A38.
Ogilvie Fleet has taken delivery of two Tesla Model S pure electric cars and installed recharging points at its headquarters.
Tesla has opened new supercharger locations in London and Birmingham, part of a rapid network expansion that it says will soon allow UK Model S owners to drive anywhere in the country and charge for free, for life.
Electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla is to make its patent library open source, in a move to encourage development and competition within the EV sector.
Telefonica has announced an agreement with electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla to provide Machine-To-Machine (M2M) connectivity for the Model S in Europe.
Fleetdrive Electric has teamed up with Tesla Motors to offer fleets the opportunity to take a test drive of the new Tesla Model S electric car.
An electric vehicle (EV) which ends range anxiety could give the segment’s sales a much-needed boost and persuade fleets to look again at the technology.
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