All The New Tesla Models Are Now Blacked-Out

It all started with the Tesla Model Y. As most of us probably already noticed, the refreshed Tesla Model S and Model X is be blacked-out, just like the refreshed Model 3 several months earlier. It all started with the Tesla Model Y, which was launched without chrome elements from

Here Are Some Tips and Tricks to Tackling Drum Brakes

We talked about the wide world of disc brakes in our previous look at brake systems. Now let’s jump into the dark arts of drum brakes. Because there are generally more moving parts with a drum brake system, it’s reasonable to be intimidated by all those pesky springs and adjusters.

How F1 teams are tackling the budget cap challenges

It’s no secret that Formula 1 teams always work flat out through the winter as they ready their new cars and adjust to the requirements of the latest technical regulations. There’s a long established routine and rhythm to the process, but this particular off- season has required a fresh approach,

Tesla Model 3 Owners Are Enoying Snow Drifting With Track Mode

This puts a whole new ‘spin’ on winter driving in an electric car. This article comes to us courtesy of EVANNEX, which makes and sells aftermarket Tesla accessories. The opinions expressed therein are not necessarily our own at InsideEVs, nor have we been paid by EVANNEX to publish these articles. We find the

Are Red Bull making right choice picking Sergio Perez? | Planet F1

Red Bull are rumoured to have pulled the trigger on signing Sergio Perez to replace Alex Albon for 2021…but for who else would it be good or bad news? Obviously it would not be the Christmas message Nico Hulkenberg as hoping to receive, while Mercedes may have worries about a

What are synthetic fuels? efuels for cars explained

Research into replacing fossil fuels with synthetic efuels could mean there’s life in the combustion engine yet Batteries are the main power source that vehicle manufacturers and governments around the world consider feasible for new cars in the future, but Porsche is to build a factory producing eFuels, hinting that

Why electronics are key to managing modern engines in motorsports

In modern motorsport, electronics have become king. Where there once were mechanics and technicians fettling a car for laptime, the modern-day equivalent features data and software engineers crunching the numbers to run the engine, brakes and other components in the most efficient way possible. That, allied to the expansion of

Range Rovers Are The Next Classics To Go Electric

Lunaz is turning its attention to ‘classic era’ Range Rovers. Electric conversion specialist Lunaz has announced it will be producing a run of classic Range Rovers converted to run on electric power. The move comes after Lunaz previously converted classic Jaguar, Bentley, and Rolls-Royce models – and customers continuously asked

Tesla And VW Are Friendly Rivals, But They're Unlikely To Partner Up

In a world where opposing groups demonize their adversaries, it’s encouraging to see these leaders advertising their mutual respect. This article comes to us courtesy of EVANNEX, which makes and sells aftermarket Tesla accessories. The opinions expressed therein are not necessarily our own at InsideEVs, nor have we been paid by EVANNEX to

Watch This: Just How Fast Are Tesla's V3 Superchargers?

Ben Sullins puts it to the test. Tesla has long-held an advantage over all EVs with the ability to charge faster than anyone else. However, with the introduction of the Porsche Taycan, the Audi e-Tron, and very soon, the Lucid Air, Tesla’s dominance of fast-charging EVs is being challenged.  Ben