I was my pleasure to drive a family from Australia for Christmas week. The whole “snow at Christmas” was a new experience for the kids and we even got a little dusting for a “White Christmas”. They sent an email which I’m posting here.. with permission.
“”We enjoyed everything about the Z3ro-G Limo service including Ziska’s knowledge of the area and the quality of the ride (we want a Tesla now!). This private limo service made our stay easy and comfortable. We would recommend Ziska and the Telsa Limo service to any and every traveler to Aspen and its surrounds.”
High praise indeed- but the best was the Easter Egg from Mr. Musk- a little Santa Sleigh with reindeer on the dashboard…. and the Mars Rover… which actually switched on one morning and did a little spin…
Z3RO G Limo
Le Jamais Contente… first to go over 100 km …. timing is everything
The only good thing about an old power grid being wiped out is that you have an opportunity to put in a new one– a clean energy efficient green one. Our thoughts and prayers are with Puerto Rico but I’m certain these batteries will mean so much more to our fellow Americans.
Bird for Puerto Rico, Tony Fitzpatrick
It’s a question which comes up all the time and this video is one of the best I’ve seen which answers “How does the Tesla do in snow?”
Yep- more chargers where they are most needed- the the density of city centers. The real trick is how to get more chargers out in rural areas. That will be an interesting challenge.
The linchpin is battery storage.
and here is proof of concept- on the scale we need.
It’s one of the most frequent questions I get from my riders. “How long do the batteries last?” Well, here is the definitive answer... that is until the batteries are improved which is likely to be very very soon.