Tesla iPhone App Can Help You Keep Track of Your Cars, Among Other Things

Just in case you have more than one Tesla Motors vehicle, the Tesla iPhone app can help you keep track of where they are.  It can also tell you how much of a charge it has, honk the horn or change the temperature in the car.
Here Monika Kozdrowiecka, owner of two Teslas, shows Peter Cheney of Globe Drive how to access a Tesla via iPhone.

(apologies, but I can no longer retrieve the video – but it was cool.  Monika could actually see where BOTH of her Teslas were …)

Canada’s Globe and Mail Journalist Peter Cheney Touring Model S from San Diego to Whistler

Peter Cheney on day one of his journey in Torrey Pines State Park near La Jolla, California.
(Marian Cheney for The Globe and Mail)

Peter Cheney, a journalist with Canada’s Globe Drive (auto) section of the Globe and Mail is in the midst of a tour in a Model S from San Diego (my former home) to Whistler BC – one of my favorite places on the planet to ski and snowboard.

There’s no doubt that he’s going to have a great time, as the Model S is a pure joy to drive every time you get behind the wheel.  Not to mention the weather is great this time of year.
Here’s a short video of Peter hooking up the Model S to the Tesla Supercharger in Hawthorne California.  Super easy and 45 minutes later he has a full charge – absolutely FREE.

If you are interested in following Peter on his Tesla Model S journey from San Diego, California to Whistler, BC you can do so at Globe Drive.