While many people draw a connection between Tesla and electricity, the truth is that Tesla’s inventions went far beyond it. In fact, he made groundbreaking discoveries such as wireless radio communications, turbine engines, helicopters (although it was Da Vinci who first had the idea), fluorescent and neon lights, torpedoes and the X-ray among others. By the time of his death, Tesla held nearly 700 worldwide patents.
These numbers present a mystery, of an unexplained pattern in the universe. It is alleged the great Nikola Tesla did everything in (3) threes.Nikola Tesla had calculated nodal points around the planet, and they were probably linked to the numbers three, six and nine and Tesla claimed that these numbers were extremely important. Tesla was obsessed with numbers 3, 6 and 9. He understood a fundamental fact, unknown to many, which is the universal language of mathematics; A science discovered by man, not invented by him.
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We may tend to think of Tesla as a new brand, or a brand of the future, but this year its first production model, the original Roadster, celebrates its tenth birthday! The company has come a long way since then, and should it eventually reach South Africa, the Model 3 compact sedan is the most likely entry. Right-hand drive production is due to start next year... but as of yet, no confirmation for Mzansi. With a range of around 350km on a single charge and the ability to sprint to 100kph in 5.1 sec, as well as a strikingly futuristic cabin, would you be signing up for one?
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Audi smart home battery grid creates a 'virtual power plant'
EV drivers could join forces to help balance power demand.
Audi isn't going to let rival automakers like BMW and Tesla corner the market on home batteries. The German badge is testing a Smart Energy Network where solar-powered batteries not only help your home minimize use of the electrical grid, but talk to each other. The result is, as Audi put it, a "virtual power plant" -- households collectively feed power into the grid and help balance overall consumption.
The trial is limited to both Audi's home of Ingolstadt as well as the Zurich area. There's no mention of how long it will run or how likely it is the pilot will expand.
The strategy is a logical one for companies making deeper commitments to electric vehicles. It's easier for Audi to sell you on the concept of an EV if it can promise to lower your power bill in the long run. Also, this makes the most of the VW brand's work on batteries -- it can venture beyond selling cars and make sure the batteries it makes find customers. It just so happens that this can both save you some money and, potentially, help the environment in the process.
Article by Jon Fingas
Source: Audi MediaCenter
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Вместо ключа в Tesla Model 3 работает ваш смартфон, ну или вот такая карточка. Выглядит прикольно, но по факту неудобно, легко потерять, непонятно где хранить, чтобы была всегда под рукой. Так что без смартфона никак 😊 #тесла#tesla#model3#teslamodel3#turo