The week the internet is full of videos from the famous Goodwood Festival of Speed. In 2018, something special happened, Roborace the soon to be racing category for engineers, not drivers, completed the hillclimb without a driver. The first-ever autonomous race car to complete the hillclimb marks an important milestone in...
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  • Review: 2018 Tesla Model X P100D

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    Recharging a Tesla can be free if you live close to a Supercharger, but what if you don’t, what are the economics of recharging at home each night? After spending some time with the Model X P100D, its time to break it down. The P100D has a 100kw battery...
  • Infotainment battle: Tesla UX vs Android Auto / Apple CarPlay

    Tesla’s massive 17″ touchscreen continues to be powered by their own proprietary software and so far have resisted the calls to add support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The industry as a hole has largely put up the white flag and either added support or completed replaced their...
  • Autopilot makes road trips a breeze, commuting a non-issue

    Congestion on our roads is one of the biggest issues facing daily commuters who are now spending longer than ever in their cars on their daily commute. While we imagine everyone stuck in traffic faces the same issue, the reality is that the car you’re travelling in, and the...
  • Tesla Model X is baby approved

    A fully electric SUV that’s capable of 0-100km/hr in 3.1 seconds may not sound like the best baby carrier, but it certainly works. The Tesla Model X is available in multiple configurations including 5, 6 and even 7 seats, with our review vehicle being the 6-seat variant. The 3...
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    When you think of SUVs, it is easy to think about a boosted sedan body with bigger tyres, a bunch of extra weight and similar engine size, meaning power-to-weight ratio goes south, in an effort to provide more space and visibility. Those assumptions need to be reset when we...
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    The 2016 Formula 1 World Champion, Nico Rosberg has jumped behind the wheel of the next generation Formula E car. In a showcase to the Formula E fans in Berlin, Rosberg was given the opportunity to drive and commontate the lap. This was the car’s first public debut after...

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