This past weekend I drove 1,200 miles in a Tesla. Specifically, my just purchased certified pre-owned 2016 Tesla Model X SUV. Below is a recap of my trip, some photos & videos, and a little bit of tech talk regarding efficiency dynamics. Enjoy!
Assuming you haven’t been living under a rock, you’re probably aware that Tesla Motors recently unveiled their “car for the masses” recently. This is a big deal for many reasons, most of which I won’t bother to rehash here. As a current Tesla vehicle owner, however, I wanted to provide my friends, family, and followers with my quick thoughts on this car, why it may be relevant to you, and hopefully answer the most common questions I’ve been getting. Enjoy!
Today we live in a world full of gadgets and connectivity. Most of us have a constant link to society thanks to our smart phones and tablets. We are at the start of an era, one where this link to data not before harnessed will create a relationship between man-and-machine. Finally, maybe we’ll start to utilize the Internet for more than just access to Facebook and Netflix, right?! In this blog post I’ll be comparing two ways to get your vehicle to join the “Internet of things” in my comparison of the Automatic Smart Driving Assistant to the Zubie Key Connected Car Service. Let’s see what these devices have to offer…
After my recent track day at Nelson Ledges it become quite apparent that my 2-ton Audi was going to need some better brakes. In this installment of my blog I talk more about my car and explain the decisions made on upgrading the brake components on my 2013 Audi Allroad.
Someone older and wiser than me once told me that a true car enthusiasts is never done. Be it your daily driver or your project car it just doesn’t matter, there is always something else lurking around the corner you’ll want to do. With that said, here is the current state of affairs on my still relatively new-to-me 2013 Audi Allroad.