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Tesla Model X Could Be In Customers Hands Early 2015

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CNN Money is reporting that Tesla has sent out emails to customers stating that the handsome Model X Crossover should be ready for delivery by early 2015. The prototypes should be out by end of this year with customers seeing their orders by early 2015. Those very beautiful Falcon-Wing doors will be a standard feature on the Model X as well as all-wheel drive. But Tesla did say third row seating would be an option, leaving some customers a little upset over that.

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Tesla Model X – Amazing, Yet Problematic Design

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We here at Techaeris are very enthusiastic about Tesla Motors, and the exciting things they are doing to further the expansion of electric cars.  The Tesla Model S is right up at the top of our most-desired cars list – if you’re reading, we’d still love to review one, Tesla =) – and the design of the Tesla Model X is simply stunning.  Unfortunately, it seems that Tesla is having a few issues with the Model X’s most prominent feature – the rear “Falcon Wing” doors.

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The Rimac Electric Supercar Could Finally Get Its First Investors

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Can you imagine an electric supercar with a zero to 62mph time of 2.8 seconds and a top speed of 190mph? That’s what Rimac Automobili is building and hopes to have investors for. This sleek looking supercar is one of the most beautiful cars I’ve ever laid virtual eyes on. The low stance and broad shoulders give it an aggressive posture making it look like a wing gliding just over the ground. Rimac might finally see itself being produced with the help of investors in Hong Kong and Colombia. Rimac is based out of Croatia. 

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Honda FCEV (Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle) Concept Car At The Chicago Auto Show

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There were several uniquely designed vehicles at The Chicago Auto Show one of which was the Honda FCEV (Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle). I fell in love with the sleek front end and the sweeping sides, although I have to say it will take me a bit to get used to the rear end. Check out the pics and video after the break of this concept electric from Honda.

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