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    The Holy Trinity

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    The Holy Trinity only consist of three brands of cars. Ferrari, Porsche, and McLaren. The reason why those brands are in the group is because of their technology, not because they are supercars.(“The Holy Trinity”) At the Illinois Institute, some of the students are considering hypercars or supercars as megacars. Design students have created future friendly hypercars as Ferrari adds green technology to its portfolio. (Jason Ford Reports) To the devotion to the brand. The Ferrari F1 or known as…

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    Tesla Motors Case

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    10 years ago, on the 2nd of August 2006, Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, unveiled his now infamous Product Masterplan. Summary of the document reads as follows: “Build a sports car. Use that money to build an affordable car. Use that money to build an even more affordable car. While doing above, also provide zero emission electric power generation options. Don’t tell anyone.“ Needless to say, Tesla Motors is on its way to tick every single box of the plan. Tesla’s 4th generation vehicle, Model 3,…

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    growth switching to electric cars is imperative. Ending Canada’s economic dependence on oil is undoubtedly going to benefit the economy. Thesis: Switching to electric cars will provide new jobs, more revenue, and advance technology which will directly improve the Canadian economy. Point #1: Switching to electric cars will create new jobs and provide more jobs for the Canadian economy. Example #1: Alton Larry explains in his article “How electric…

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    In the New York Times article “Carmakers Forge Ahead With Electric Vehicles,” Bill Vlasic illustrates the changing global economy for workers and consumers in regards to major automaker’s new lineups of electric vehicles. In this article, Vlasic draws attention to the efforts by auto manufacturers like Tesla, Chevrolet, Nissan, Volkswagen, and many more, to bring the electric car from the future into your garage. Vlasic discusses in January of 2016 where auto manufacturers stole the spotlight…

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    Swot Analysis Of Hyatt

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    Hyatt Joins Forces with Bloom Energy, Emphasizing Strong Commitment to Sustainability and Innovation • Hyatt Hotels Corporation announced its new relationship with Bloom Energy • Hyatt Regency Greenwich will receive company’s first 500 kW fuel cell • Fuel cell will provide up to 75 percent of hotel’s energy load, generating significant cost savings • Hotel will reduce its carbon emissions by 40 percent by generating its own electricity on-site • Hyatt’s investment in fuel cell technology…

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    When you think of electric cars, do you think of a toy remote control car or a high end Tesla? As far as transportation goes, the first practical electric car was made in 1884 London. They would go on to make up approximately a third of vehicles on the road in the early 1900s. They quickly faded from roadways however, due to advances in the internal combustion engine. These Electric vehicles would not begin to return to prominence until the 1990s. The first widely successful electric vehicle in…

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    Tesla Motors Master Plan

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    two engineers who wanted to prove to people that electric vehicles could be better, quicker, and more fun to drive than gasoline cars (Tesla, n.d). During the early years of its incorporation, Tesla was primarily backed by one of the co-founders of PayPal, Elon Musk. In 2006, Musk released a statement titled “The Secret Tesla Motors Master Plan (just between you and me)" where he outlined the future for the company as follows: “build sports car,…

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    Powering Future Cars The effect of bio-fuels on the planet and the inability of manufacturers to produce electric cars in large scale has ushered in a race for a more efficient and effective fuel for future cars. Hydrogen is one such fuel that fits the bill. The automobile powered by hydrogen fuel cells are the cars of the future. There are many advantages associated with the use of hydrogen to power automobiles. With the perfect technological breakthrough that will enable man to store large…

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    Tesla Motors

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    1. What are the key elements of Tesla Motors’ strategy? Unlike in the use of gasoline internal combustion engines, Tesla motors have revolutionized the motor industry with the introduction of an electric powered automobile. By utilizing the rotor, the Tesla company as engineered their vehicles to propel a better and enhancive feel in the transport arena. To achieve their success in the marketing field, the Tesla Company has had to improve their marketing strategy unlike the strategies used by…

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    among vehicle manufacturers. Therefore, electric vehicle is considered as a sufficient solution for a sustainable transport industry. In the recent year, the number of electric vehicles sold out has been increased significantly throughout the world. This pattern has been formed by the awareness and action on reducing gas emission for the environmental benefits, simultaneously decrease the burden of imported oil dependency. During 2015, over 3 million cars have been sold, it is also…

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