The Tesla Space Bus Contributes to Electric Car Pollution

Aug 09, 2016 11:19 PM EDT | Jomar Teves

The CEO of Tesla, Elon Musk have stated that their company will make a van-like "Space Bus" and also the EPA  have approve the 2017 BMW luxury cars for sale in the United States. They have said to update their July plug-in electric car sales with more added figures.

When the big people discussed about adding new vehicles in the world, Elon Musk reported that the Tesla's masterplan is to build a "SpaceBus" that was based on the Model X. So, it goes to a new question from the owners of Volkswagen TDI, "What cars will they buy now?" The General Motors said that they will be looking forward to the new Chevrolet Cruze diesel.

From what everyone expects and knows, electric cars does not emit any carbon dioxide like any other normal cars. But people must know that the manufacturing and operation still produce carbon emissions. Though the developers are still quantifying that.

The EPA approves the sale of the BMW diesel lineup in 2017 in the United States of America but the models of Mercedes-Benz were still help up and not yet approved by the EPA.

After resting for more or less a year, the 2017 Honda Accord Hybrids returns. The things, stuffs and information about the new Honda vehicle or about the new hybrid mid-sized sedan was talked about the last preview.

According to Mitsubishi, they blame the company-wide problems because of its miscalculation of fuel economy on the 600, 000 market cars that was owned by Japanese.

The last report is that the traffic-straddling of China called the Transit Elevated Bus will makes it first test run. The question that remains in the minds of many people is that, "Will this peculiar vehicle ever be approved to enter regular service?"

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