Weekly Electromobility News

Tesla Starts to Sell the Longest-range Electric Car; California PG&E Turns to its Customers to Fund EV Projects; Faraday Future FF91 Would Cost “Less Than $300,000”

 

Tesla Starts to Sell the Longest-range Electric Car

According to Electrek, Tesla has made available its Model S 100D version. It is loaded with a 100 kWh battery pack and has an EPA rating of 335 miles – a new world-record of electro-range for a mass produced pure electric car.

The MSRP starts at $95,000, which is only $3,000 higher than the price for the 90D version but $35,000 lower than P100D. Also available for Tesla is the Model X 100D, with a range of 295 miles.

New customers will not be able to enjoy free Supercharge access though.

California PG&E Turns to its Customers to Fund EV Projects

According to The Mercury News, California utility company PG&E announced a plan to facility the use of EVs in the state, and its customers would pay on average 28 cents more per month to help fund the $253 million proposal.

PG&E’s plan is intended to support the conversion of large- and medium-sized vehicles to EV and to expand fast-charging stations. The rate increase would be over a five-year period and PG&E thinks that the long-term benefits will offset it for the customers.

On its EV efforts, the utility is installing 7,500 chargers in the residential area and offering a $500 clean fuel rebate.

Faraday Future FF91 Would Cost “Less Than $300,000”

According to Electrek, Faraday Future FF91, which debuted a few weeks ago at CES 2017, would cost “less than 2 million yuan”, said Jia Yueting during an interview. That amount is equal to $290,000. Jia Yueting’s LeEco is the financial backer of Faraday Future.

FF91 received over 64,000 within 36 hours of its debut.

 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *