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Tesla Model S - Car from the Future
My previous car was a 2001 BMW M3, and I wanted a bigger car, for my family of four, whose performance could also exceed that of my M3. This Tesla Model S was the answer. These pages chronicle our adventures in a high-performance electric car.


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A 4647-mile round trip through the "American West", including eleven western States and several National Parks using the Tesla Supercharger and Destination networks.

4647 miles

2824-mile Road Trip A 2824-mile round trip into "Indian Country" and many National Parks
using the Tesla Supercharger and Destination networks.

+ 2824 miles

Tesla Harris Ranch A 946-mile round trip from Orange County to San Francisco using the Tesla Supercharger network and the development of a Supercharger Table.

 + 946 miles

Tesla Morro Rock A 450-mile round trip from Orange County to San Luis Obispo using the Buellton Tesla Supercharger.

 + 450 miles

Tesla Santa Barbara A 334-mile round trip from Orange County to Santa Barbara using the Rancho Cucamonga and Oxnard Tesla Superchargers.

 + 334 miles

Tesla Luxor A 635-mile round trip from Orange County to Las Vegas using the Barstow and Primm Tesla Superchargers.

 + 635 miles

Tesla Ice Front A 931-mile winter round trip from Orange County to Grand Canyon Railway using the Tesla Supercharger and Destination networks.

 + 931 miles

Tesla Yosemite Half Dome A 1092-mile round trip from Orange County to Yosemite, camping with Boy Scouts, using the Tesla Supercharger network.

 + 1092 miles


= 11,859 miles of All-Electric Road Trips:


I started by asking:

Tesla ski slope Where can I go on a single charge?


Dean E. Dauger holds a Ph. D. in physics from UCLA, where his group created the first Mac cluster in 1998. Dr. Dauger is the award-winning author in multiple American Institute of Physics' Software Contests and co-authored the original, award-winning Kai's Power Tools image-processing package for Adobe Photoshop. After founding his company, Dauger Research, Inc., its debut product, Pooch, derived from Dr. Dauger's experience using clusters for his physics research, was soon awarded as "most innovative" by IEEE Cluster and continues to revolutionize parallel computing and clusters worldwide with its patented technology.



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