Tesla Model S Sedans To Be Used As Patrol Cars By Luxembourg Police Department

By: Kyree Leary/Futurism The Ministry of Sustainable Development has purchased two Tesla Model S vehicles to be used as patrol cars by the Grand-Ducale police department. Their speed and fuel efficiency make them perfect for use in the country. The Tesla Model S will soon be seen paroling the streets of Luxembourg, as a pair of the electric…

DeLorean Aerospace Is Working on a Flying Car With a Range of 120 Miles

By: Patrick Caughill/Futurism PAGING DOC BROWN DeLorean cars have become a staple of ’80s pop culture thanks to their starring role in Robert Zemeckis’s iconic Back to the Future trilogy. Now, a new generation of the DeLorean family is looking to put the brand back into the spotlight by giving new meaning to a line kooky inventor Doc Brown delivers…

China Built The World’s Biggest Telescope But They’ve Got No One To Run It

By: Jonathan O’Callaghan/IFL Science  China may have the world’s largest radio telescope in the world, but they’re apparently running into a few problems. Namely, they can’t find someone to run it. Known as the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST), China opened this huge dish in September 2016 to study the cosmos. Among its numerous goals, it will be…

Reviewers of Tesla’s Newest Vehicle Are Unanimous: “The Model 3 Has No Competition”

By: Karla Lant/Futurism A PEERLESS RIDE As the Tesla Model 3 launch was imminent, Jack Stewart of Wired wrote, “The arrival of Tesla’s Model 3 signals a new chapter in automotive history, one that erases 100-plus years of the gas engine and replaces it with technology, design, and performance hot enough to make electric vehicles more than aspirational…

California Sets Its Sights On Being 100 Percent Renewable By 2045

By: Robin Andrews/IFL Science  California is a powerhouse of clean energy. Not only does it have a long history of investing in hydro, wind, and solar power, but its current governor, Democrat Jerry Brown, is ensuring that the state sticks to the goals of the Paris agreement even if the White House foolishly eschews it. Now, a pair of…

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