The New Tesla Model S P100D The Tesla Model S P100D is now the third fastest production car in the world. The vehicle can now reach 60mph within 2.5 seconds. This would be greatly impressive in a gas guzzling sports car, but in an electric sedan its history making. See the official press release from […]View Post
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The Case for Plug-in Cars
The FIRST website dedicated to all brands of high performance electric cars.
For many years, we have enjoyed marketing investment grade collector and performance cars to customers in the USA, and around the world. We are passionate about maintaining these historic artifacts, and share that passion with like minded customers who appreciate the quality of world class vehicles.
While museum-quality, fossil fuel collector cars will continue to be an integral part of our business now and in the future, we have expanded our selection of performance brands and products to include plug-in hybrids and pure electric vehicles (“EV´s.”). Plug-In Motorwerks is devoted exclusively to that marketplace.
Creature comforts and ergonomic finesse, in cars from companies like Ford, Nissan and GM are accelerating EV´s into the mainstream. Technological progress has reached critical mass, and supercar performance is now available in an EV, powered by clean, pollution-free electricity
Not too long ago, electric cars were nothing more than glorified golf carts.
Today, with a range of over 200 miles, acceleration from 0-60 m.p.h. in less than 4 seconds, and top speeds in excess of 130 m.p.h., performance plug-in electrics like the Tesla roadsters are true supercars, by almost any measure. High performance, 200 mile plus range, great styling, and ergonomics in a pollution-free, plug-in electric is available now.
Current estimates for EV sales range from three to five million by the year 2015. As they play a greater roll in our daily lives, and internal combustion engines become increasingly more expensive to operate, EV´s will become ubiquitous, ultimately replacing the majority of petroleum powered vehicles. Manufacturers know you don’t want to lose anything in the transition.
Take a look at our website, and the ever expanding world of plug-in performance cars. If you’re not familiar with them, you’ll be amazed at how far they have come in a relatively short time. With the pace of technology accelerating, we look for even faster and more efficient plug-in electrics in the near future.
Ferrari, Rimac and Tesla Compete What do Ferrari, Rimac and Tesla have in common? They all produce electric supercars. Ferrari is established as the reigning king of the supercar world and Tesla has turned heads with its “Ludicrous Speed”, which boasts 0-60 in 2.8 seconds. So what does Rimac, a small company from Croatia, […]View Post Video
The Original EV Racing Pioneer Before there was a Genovation Corvette or even a Tesla Roadster, there was a little 1972 Datsun racer affectionately called “White Zombie”. What made this car special? It was an extremely rare modified electric and it challenged gas cars in a way that no other electric car had. While the future […]View Post Video
Autopilot Drives Owner to Hospital Over the weekend, a Model X owner used Tesla Autopilot to drive himself to the hospital. According to KY3 Missouri News Station, Joshua Neally was driving home from work when he began experiencing severe chest pains. Fearing that an ambulance would take too long, he engaged Autopilot and set directions […]View Post Autopilot
TESLA NEWS Tesla and SolarCity Merge Tesla has reached a deal to buy SolarCity for 2.6 billion dollars. The offer was extended in June and the purchase was confirmed on August 1, 2016. “It’s really all part of solving the sustainable energy problem,” said Musk “That’s why we are all doing this, to accelerate the […]View Post Autopilot, Video
Porsche Recall Of 918 Spyder Porsche has issued a recall on the 918 Spyder due to safety issues with the seatbelt. Here is the full Porsche recall press release: Statement July 11, 2016 No. 51/16 Porsche Cars North America Statement Regarding 918 Spyder Recall The original parts catalog for the 918 Spyder inadvertently transposed the […]View Post