Probably in April, during the Battery Day, Elon will announce the improvements achieved but in my opinion he will speak about dry electrolyte.
It seems that solid state is still not reliable enough for EV.
No doubt that Tesla is working on it.
Potentially, Tesla can create a Cyber-based vehicle line.
I'm pretty sure that after the CT will be released, Elon will present a smaller version, as anticipated and starting from that, maybe developing other vehicles.
After 2 years of Model S, let me say: it depends!!!
You will never (or a few times) get home with 0% battery and never need 100% the morning after.
When you travel and charge at Tesla Supercharger stations, mostly you don't need to charge up to 100%, but you need the charge to reach...
From my experience with 2 Model S, I think that the best way to buy a Tesla is by leasing with the option to give it back at the end.
Assuming a 5-year lease, you don't know how much the technology is leaping forward in 5 years. For Tesla, 5 years are like 30 years for legacy car companies. At...
My opinion is that solar doesn’t work for EVs.
1m2 of solar can provide 200W. In the best case, in 10 hours of sun, you will have 2kW. Assuming that you can use 2m2 on a vehicle, it’s 4kW. For the Cybertruck it means roughly 16km...
maybe good for camping, but not for moving. It depends on the cost.
So happy for you at the end, but re-think about your experience.
If you want to buy another F-250, do you go to a store or to a service center?
Maybe the tone was wrong, but the answer was correct.
Enjoy your car!!!