I didn't realise LEAF was an acronym - I haven't been capitalising it. I will have to change my behaiviour on that henceforth.LEAF is an acronym (Leading, Environmentally Friendly, Affordable Family Vehicle) so LEAFs is more correct IMO
I would say Teslas.
Tesla's infers ownership by Tesla and IMO is incorrect.
Oh dear thats an acronym that was invented to fit the word rather than a natural conidence, if thats the real name then they should be called LEFAFVsLEAF is an acronym (Leading, Environmentally Friendly, Affordable Family Vehicle) so LEAFs is more correct IMO
- A magnet with 1.0 tesla field strength would have a stronger magnetic field and be more forceful than a magnet with a 0.5 tesla magnetic field.
- While most MRI systems in use today are powered 1.5-tesla or 3.0-telsa magnets, this new high resolution MRI system has a 9.4-tesla magnet, built by GE Healthcare.
- Such a current would produce a magnetic field of up to 15 tesla in these wires - powerful enough to use in several futuristic spacecraft propulsion systems, which is why the Army has awarded Adams’ team a grant to develop the technology.
An Elon of Tesla?
On second thought Elon of Tesla sounds like a long forgotten saint.
How about a smug?
If we are coining a new one, my vote goes for a pterodactyl of Tesla.
You're not getting that quite right IMHO.The plural of volt is volts but the accepted plural of tesla is tesla.