Another example how the roadster crew is managing with the space challenge inside the roadster cabin. The electric blue bag 😉 includes the following items:
- 1 iPad
- 1 BlackBerry phone
- 1 Galaxy S3 phone
- 1 battery pack ( 4 Li-Ion batteries, eg. used for the Canon camera)
- 1 iPod
- 1 power bus
- 1 power charging cable
- all item charging cables, bold pens, writing paper, the flag, cards, cash and many more small items used for daily events, driving etc.
Organizing and optimizing space in the trunk and the cabin is intensifying. There is absolutely no doubt, that team Electric Blue is mastering all this 😀
As mentioned in a previous post Team ElectricBlue will visit Rheinfall and Munot on day one. It may be of interest when make the decision which route is the most energy efficient one, to consult with the new route elevation feature provided by google maps. Although the feature is currently available for the bike tab only, it also might be of interest to electric car drivers. Our example:
Continue reading Elevation Graph in Google Maps
Due to the fact, that space is very rare in the Tesla roadster, the team is always looking for ways to maximize the available space for the trunk and cabin.
One possibility is shown here:
First aid package fixed with a hook-and-loop fastener at the side of the electronics module just above the left rear wheel. The rear deck is covering the first aid package completely. Instead this stuff would had to find its place somewhere in the trunk or the cabin.
So the team got some extra space for electronics 😎
Team Electric Blue has the latest available Open Vehicle Monitoring System firmware update ( version 2.6.5 / TR / V2 ) ready in the car.
Excitement is mounting 😀
Toys for boys … or toys for boys and girls 😉
Girls love our team car too.
A blue Leaf, Paul’s darling, and the new roadster with 3 seats on the occasion of the KoReLation event at the Umweltarena in Spreitenbach, Switzerland. Continue reading Next Generation EV Drivers