To date, using Tesla’s trip planning tool has meant sitting inside your electric car while you map a route that takes you past charging stations. That doesn’t make much sense if you’re gearing up for vacation, does it? There’s now a better way: Tesla has launched a web version of its trip planner to use while you’re still sitting at your desk. It’s not as fleshed out as the in-car version, but it can tell you where you’ll need to charge and how long you need to drive based on both the route and the particular Tesla you’re driving. You could see fewer stops with a Model S P100D than you would with a Model X 75D, for instance.
Honda’s adorable little Urban EV Concept stole hearts at last year’s Frankfurt Motor Show, and at the Geneva Motor Show this week, the automaker confirmed that it’s making a production version of the car, with a target street date of late 2019 for the cute little guy, though it’ll be a European exclusive at first. The Honda Urban EV concept features a two-door,… Read More