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Via @carthrottlenews - On small frontal impact, the wheel cracks and dramatically shatters, further reducing crash structure integrity and launching projectiles into the surrounding area. (The wheel does not crack in the greater, load bearing moderate frontal impact test). We reached out to Tesla and were given this statement (not directly related to the problem wheel, but hopefully something it will look into with immediate effect): - “We are committed to making the world’s safest cars, and Model S has previously received a 5-star safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and a 5-star rating from Euro NCAP. Model S still has the lowest ever probability of injury of any car ever tested by NHTSA. - We proactively develop updates and aggressively implement changes onto the production line in record time any time there is a substantial benefit to customer safety. One of the improvements recently introduced in January 2017 specifically addresses the “Acceptable” (or second highest) rating that the Model S achieved in the small overlap frontal crash test, and we expect new tests to yield the highest possible rating (“Good” rating) in the crashworthiness category. - Additionally, IIHS tested a vehicle that was in transition with new Autopilot hardware, but without the new software that enables Automatic Emergency Braking. In the coming weeks, Automatic Emergency Braking will be deployed via a free over-the-air software update, and IIHS will be testing a new vehicle. We expect to receive the highest possible rating in every category, making Model S eligible for the IIHS Top Safety Pick award.” The combustible wheel doesn’t only concern me in extreme crash tests like this, because I now question what could happen at 100mph on the Autobahn if a pothole were to be struck or a stray object (like a rock or a piece of car) were to be run over…: HH NEWS 2016 TESLA MODELS INSURANCEINSTITUTE RORHIGHWAY SAFETY CEN 163 llHS crash test footage ofa 2016 Tesla Model S reveal a very disturbing problem with the car's wheels on impact Via @carthrottlenews - On small frontal impact, the wheel cracks and dramatically shatters, further reducing crash structure integrity and launching projectiles into the surrounding area. (The wheel does not crack in the greater, load bearing moderate frontal impact test). We reached out to Tesla and were given this statement (not directly related to the problem wheel, but hopefully something it will look into with immediate effect): - “We are committed to making the world’s safest cars, and Model S has previously received a 5-star safety rating from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and a 5-star rating from Euro NCAP. Model S still has the lowest ever probability of injury of any car ever tested by NHTSA. - We proactively develop updates and aggressively implement changes onto the production line in record time any time there is a substantial benefit to customer safety. One of the improvements recently introduced in January 2017 specifically addresses the “Acceptable” (or second highest) rating that the Model S achieved in the small overlap frontal crash test, and we expect new tests to yield the highest possible rating (“Good” rating) in the crashworthiness category. - Additionally, IIHS tested a vehicle that was in transition with new Autopilot hardware, but without the new software that enables Automatic Emergency Braking. In the coming weeks, Automatic Emergency Braking will be deployed via a free over-the-air software update, and IIHS will be testing a new vehicle. We expect to receive the highest possible rating in every category, making Model S eligible for the IIHS Top Safety Pick award.” The combustible wheel doesn’t only concern me in extreme crash tests like this, because I now question what could happen at 100mph on the Autobahn if a pothole were to be struck or a stray object (like a rock or a piece of car) were to be run over…
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Via @carthrottlenews - Electric GT is looking to steal some of the Formula E hype and become the first all-electric GT series in the world. - The first season will begin later in 2017 with seven rounds and three non-championship races in the Americas. Now we’ve found out just what the Tesla Model S race car will be capable of. - The Model S in Electric GT trim will generate a staggering 778bhp from the P100D’s dual motors (seen as one of the main reasons why EGT switched to it from the P85+). - It’ll also go from 0-60mph in an electrifying (sorry) two second - a bonkers figure and will surely make race starts epic to watch. Performance over the regular P100D has been improved further by a huge amount of weight reduction (bro) - reportedly 500kg has been shifted by completing stripping out the cars. - The power unit is the same from the P100D - the only modifications are through weight loss inside the car, racing brakes, suspension and Pirelli slick tyres. - There’s also, of course, the new racing aero package, roll cage and that monstrous rear wing too. It’s one rapid racing machine and a looker too. We’re intrigued to see how Electric GT will fare when it arrives later in the year with its rookie season. - 20 drivers and 10 teams will compete, with a few drivers already joining the ‘Electric GT Driver’s Club’ (Formula E did something similar ahead of its first season too). - The seven European races will take place at the Nurburgring (Germany), Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya (Spain), Mugello (Italy), Brands Hatch (UK), Zandvoort (Netherlands), Estoril (Portugal) and Paul Ricard (France). - Race weekends will feature a 20-minute practice session, 30 minutes to qualify and two 60km races of electric GT-car action, one in the day and one at dusk (we can’t wait to see those photos!). - It’ll be streamed on YouTube, Twitch and Periscope too, so perfectly accessible and free to watch. Just what we like to hear!: HH NEWS Electric GT's Tesla Model S ls A 778bhp Racing Beast Via @carthrottlenews - Electric GT is looking to steal some of the Formula E hype and become the first all-electric GT series in the world. - The first season will begin later in 2017 with seven rounds and three non-championship races in the Americas. Now we’ve found out just what the Tesla Model S race car will be capable of. - The Model S in Electric GT trim will generate a staggering 778bhp from the P100D’s dual motors (seen as one of the main reasons why EGT switched to it from the P85+). - It’ll also go from 0-60mph in an electrifying (sorry) two second - a bonkers figure and will surely make race starts epic to watch. Performance over the regular P100D has been improved further by a huge amount of weight reduction (bro) - reportedly 500kg has been shifted by completing stripping out the cars. - The power unit is the same from the P100D - the only modifications are through weight loss inside the car, racing brakes, suspension and Pirelli slick tyres. - There’s also, of course, the new racing aero package, roll cage and that monstrous rear wing too. It’s one rapid racing machine and a looker too. We’re intrigued to see how Electric GT will fare when it arrives later in the year with its rookie season. - 20 drivers and 10 teams will compete, with a few drivers already joining the ‘Electric GT Driver’s Club’ (Formula E did something similar ahead of its first season too). - The seven European races will take place at the Nurburgring (Germany), Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya (Spain), Mugello (Italy), Brands Hatch (UK), Zandvoort (Netherlands), Estoril (Portugal) and Paul Ricard (France). - Race weekends will feature a 20-minute practice session, 30 minutes to qualify and two 60km races of electric GT-car action, one in the day and one at dusk (we can’t wait to see those photos!). - It’ll be streamed on YouTube, Twitch and Periscope too, so perfectly accessible and free to watch. Just what we like to hear!

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Artikel ini bekerja sama dengan @macstuff_us • • • Dilansir dari Phone Arena, Jumat (6-1-2017), informasi ini berasal dari akun @SonnyDickson yang kerap memberikan bocoran soal iPhone. Menurutnya, Apple akan menyematkan fitur fast charging untuk iPhone terbaru. . Namun sejauh ini belum diketahui cara kerja fast charging tersebut, apakah hanya dapat mengisi daya baterai lebih cepat atau ada kelebihan lain. . Selain itu, iPhone terbaru ini juga dilengkapi fitur "tap to wake". Namun fitur ini diduga hanya akan dimiliki oleh iPhone 8. Belum diketahui apakah fitur serupa juga akan hadir di iPhone 7s dan iPhone 7s Plus. . Seperti diketahui, Apple dikabarkan akan meluncurkan tiga model iPhone sekaligus. Model "s" melenggang dengan nama iPhone 7s dan iPhone 7s Plus, sedangkan model "superpremium" yang memiliki kode nama Ferrari, akan meluncur sebagai iPhone 8. . Meski berbagai laporan mengenai iPhone 2017 terus memeriahkan dunia maya, Apple tidak memberikan komentar apa pun. Sama seperti sebelumnya, Apple dikenal pelit bicara dan tidak suka mengomentari berbagai isu mengenai produk yang sedang disiapkan.: infia tech Informasi terbaru mengenai iPhone yang akan di launching di tahun 2017 kembali muncul. Kali ini, smartphone tersebut dilaporkan didukung dengan teknologi pengi- sian daya cepat alias fast charging Foto: Consumerit eur Artikel ini bekerja sama dengan @macstuff_us • • • Dilansir dari Phone Arena, Jumat (6-1-2017), informasi ini berasal dari akun @SonnyDickson yang kerap memberikan bocoran soal iPhone. Menurutnya, Apple akan menyematkan fitur fast charging untuk iPhone terbaru. . Namun sejauh ini belum diketahui cara kerja fast charging tersebut, apakah hanya dapat mengisi daya baterai lebih cepat atau ada kelebihan lain. . Selain itu, iPhone terbaru ini juga dilengkapi fitur "tap to wake". Namun fitur ini diduga hanya akan dimiliki oleh iPhone 8. Belum diketahui apakah fitur serupa juga akan hadir di iPhone 7s dan iPhone 7s Plus. . Seperti diketahui, Apple dikabarkan akan meluncurkan tiga model iPhone sekaligus. Model "s" melenggang dengan nama iPhone 7s dan iPhone 7s Plus, sedangkan model "superpremium" yang memiliki kode nama Ferrari, akan meluncur sebagai iPhone 8. . Meski berbagai laporan mengenai iPhone 2017 terus memeriahkan dunia maya, Apple tidak memberikan komentar apa pun. Sama seperti sebelumnya, Apple dikenal pelit bicara dan tidak suka mengomentari berbagai isu mengenai produk yang sedang disiapkan.

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teslamotorsblog: The rumored refresh for Tesla’s Model S sedan is now official, bringing a new-look fascia and adaptive LED headlights that hew closely to the design that first debuted on the Model X crossover late last year. The car is also getting a couple new interior finish choices and the a version of the Model X’s ultra-aggressive cabin air filtration system as an option, which promises to filter out “99.97% of particulate exhaust pollution and effectively all allergens, bacteria and other contaminants from cabin air.” It also includes the positive-pressure “Bioweapon Defense Mode” from the Model X. Additionally, the Model S now has a 48-amp charger standard — up from 40 amps — which Tesla says will enable faster charging when connected to higher-amp outlets. Teslamotors.com : teslamotorsblog: The rumored refresh for Tesla’s Model S sedan is now official, bringing a new-look fascia and adaptive LED headlights that hew closely to the design that first debuted on the Model X crossover late last year. The car is also getting a couple new interior finish choices and the a version of the Model X’s ultra-aggressive cabin air filtration system as an option, which promises to filter out “99.97% of particulate exhaust pollution and effectively all allergens, bacteria and other contaminants from cabin air.” It also includes the positive-pressure “Bioweapon Defense Mode” from the Model X. Additionally, the Model S now has a 48-amp charger standard — up from 40 amps — which Tesla says will enable faster charging when connected to higher-amp outlets. Teslamotors.com

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<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://teslamotorsblog.tumblr.com/post/142718077151">teslamotorsblog</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>The rumored refresh for Tesla’s Model S sedan is now official, bringing a new-look fascia and adaptive LED headlights that hew closely to the design that first debuted on the Model X crossover late last year. The car is also getting a couple new interior finish choices and the a version of the Model X’s ultra-aggressive cabin air filtration system as an option, which promises to filter out “99.97% of particulate exhaust pollution and effectively all allergens, bacteria and other contaminants from cabin air.” It also includes the positive-pressure “Bioweapon Defense Mode” from the Model X.</p> <p>Additionally, the Model S now has a 48-amp charger standard — up from 40 amps — which Tesla says will enable faster charging when connected to higher-amp outlets.</p> <p>Teslamotors.com</p> </blockquote>: <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://teslamotorsblog.tumblr.com/post/142718077151">teslamotorsblog</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>The rumored refresh for Tesla’s Model S sedan is now official, bringing a new-look fascia and adaptive LED headlights that hew closely to the design that first debuted on the Model X crossover late last year. The car is also getting a couple new interior finish choices and the a version of the Model X’s ultra-aggressive cabin air filtration system as an option, which promises to filter out “99.97% of particulate exhaust pollution and effectively all allergens, bacteria and other contaminants from cabin air.” It also includes the positive-pressure “Bioweapon Defense Mode” from the Model X.</p> <p>Additionally, the Model S now has a 48-amp charger standard — up from 40 amps — which Tesla says will enable faster charging when connected to higher-amp outlets.</p> <p>Teslamotors.com</p> </blockquote>

<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://teslamotorsblog.tumblr.com/post/142718077151">teslamotorsblog</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>The rumored...

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