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    Tesla News: Cybertruck Preorders Open in China

    Could any market possibly purchase as many of Tesla’s Cybertrucks as the U-S- of A? After all, we’ve heard that the EV company has already received 650,000 preorders for their futuristic truck. Well, what about China? The country now has its own giant Tesla factory, and the demand to support it. People tend to forget […] More

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    Tesla News: Musk Tweets Details on Fundamental Autopilot Rewrite

    There is so much going on with Tesla, especially their Autopilot and Full Self Driving, that you would be forgiven for not keeping up with the details. Elon Musk recently Tweeted about how the company has been performing a fundamental re-write to the code behind their self-driving AI. It should mean a big leap forward […] More

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    Tesla News: Deliveries Beat Wallstreet Predictions by Wide Margin Despite Pandemic

    Tesla ended the quarter in a big way yesterday, announcing a surprisingly large surge in deliveries, despite the global pandemic and lockdown. They delivered and successfully completed the paperwork for 90,650 cars Q2, for comparison, Q1 of this year saw 88,000 deliveries. In the second quarter, we produced over 82,000 vehicles and delivered approximately 90,650 […] More

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    Tesla News: German Man Orders 28 Model 3s Totaling $1.5 Million- Oops

    Germany has recently set a path for hardcore eco-friendly recovery from shutdown, with their gigantic initiatives aiming at selling more electric cars. Looking to save a several thousand euro on a new Model 3, a dad quickly made a big mistake. Thankfully for us, his son, U/Ballon-Man on Reddit, made a TIFU post outlining the […] More

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    Tesla News: Can the Original Roadster Tow Ford’s F-650

    The Tesla versus Ford towing argument was first kicked off after the debut of the Cybertruck. Both camps were convinced that towing wars had something to do with either the instant torque of the electric motors, or some magic sauce that Ford had access to, which made Tesla’s torque a moot point. Well forget the […] More

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    Tesla News: Autobidder Starts Operating in Europe for First Time

    Recently Elon Musk has described Tesla’s energy division as a potentially more profitable operation than even their car business. With a couple of large scale battery installations widely reported over the past couple of years, and their solar business expanding, the next step was capitalizing off the trade off all the energy they were storing. […] More

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    Tesla News: Autopilot Filmed Going Through Green Traffic Light

    Recently Tesla started pushing out a new OTA update called “Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control” Up until this new feature, Tesla’s Autopilot would go through traffic lights without really acknowledging their changing states. Now, it detects the color of the light, represents in on the display, and can stop to require confirmation before proceeding. […] More

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    The Cyberphone: A $7000 Case With Tesla Inspiration

    So, you’re waiting around on your Cybertruck to ship, after dishing out the $100 reservation fee. It’s likely going to be a couple of years, but the future can’t wait, you need it now. Fortunately for you, the Cyberphone’s calling. You’ve heard of the Escobar Fold, and like that, this new modified piece of gear […] More

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    Tesla News: Semi Photographed Charging In The Wild

    Ever since the first Tesla Semi prototypes were spotted driving around int the real world, people have been curious about their charging process. It seems reasonable to expect the giant 18-wheelers to use more than just the “run-of-the-mill” Superchargers. Some people speculated that the Semi might use more than one charger connection at a time. […] More

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