Owning a Tesla, Going Electric - IEEE Southern Minnesota presentation

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In this recording from the IEEE Southern Minnesota section, Eldon Nelson, a Verification Application Engineer working at Synopsys, diuscusses the interesting aspects of owning an electric car: Cost per mile versus a traditional ICE (internal combustion engine), projected maintenance and costs, and engineering tricks that make the Tesla suite of vehicles capable of more than it's stated 300 mile range.

From Nelson: "As an optimistic engineering-inclined kid in middle school, I always assumed the first new car I would buy would be an electric. Sadly, it was the third new car I bought that was a full electric. But now it is here. I bought a 2018 Tesla Model S in June, 2018. And it is amazing. Like really amazing. I have a bit of a longer commute and I'll share why I chose the Tesla. I'll talk about some of the interesting aspects of owning an electric car such as: Cost per Mile versus a traditional ICE (internal combustion engine), projected maintenance and costs, engineering tricks that make the Tesla suite of vehicles capable of over 300 miles range, how the Tesla Supercharger Network Works. and more."

In this recording from the IEEE Southern Minnesota section, Eldon Nelson, a Verification Application Engineer working at Synopsys, diuscusses the interesting aspects of owning an electric car: Cost per mile versus a traditional ICE (internal combustion engine), projected maintenance and costs, and engineering tricks that make the Tesla suite of vehicles capable of more than it's stated 300 mile range.

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