The fledgling car company, Tesla, has released their first electric sedans in the mass-market, but this is not sure if this will make the company successful or not.
In their weekend ceremony, the ten units of the so called Model S of the company rolled out in their factory doors in Fremont. The impressions of the audience seems so alive as they see the cars running.
Audience estimated to reach more than a thousand, local politicians, and Tesla employees and their relatives roared for the speakers that included Governor Jerry Brown of California. They all got fired up when the . . . → Read More: Tesla’s Electric Car Model S is out in the Market
Honda, the Japanese car major has released a statement that it will recall the thousands of City Sedans sold in India to replace a faulty part.
This is the second recall of Honda in India since last year to change a faulty power window switch in the cars manufactures between 2005 to 2007.
January 2010, Honda also recalled almost 8,600 City cars to repair the same faulty switch which is reportedly can cause a fire.
The recall is also a part of Honda’s statement released last year to recall the 646,000 cars . . . → Read More: Honda Recalls City Sedans in India
The Highway Loss Data Institute reports that systems to automatically brake a vehicle if it is about to slam into the car in front at low speeds are preventing one out of four rear-end collisions.
On the other hand, the research covers only one vehicle prepared with such a system: the Volvo XC60 midsize crossover SUV.
The research of insurance claims discovered that Volvo XC60 equipped with a normal accident prevention feature named City Safety are 27% less probably to be involved in low-speed crashes than similar vehicles without the system. The research looked . . . → Read More: Study Proves Rear-end Crashes Could Be Prevented By Automatic Braking