I saw a TV commercial/campaign ad this morning advocating to shut down Tesla's FSD. I can't find the ad online but there are several articles that talk about it. Apparently the guy funding it and running for Senate owns a company whose software competes against Tesla's FSD software...
These pricing conversations sure are fun.
I'm just going to keep reposting my post from several months ago (with some minor edits because I'm not talking directly at one person now. I also made some edits suggested by Grammarly and added info that the original expected release for the AWD CTs...
I don't understand this at all.
Is it that you want people to know you spent more or that you want people to know from a visual standpoint that your CT has more capability then then some of the other CTs?
In either case; Why?
Isn't the CT about 5" wider than a MY? That's room for 1 more 4680 per row. We're getting closer by the minute through speculation. I speculate Tesla has already figured this out. 500+ miles of range in a single stack will be available.
Based on my rudimentary analysis I should be able to make a purchase in Oct for about $200/share...considering the post split pricing. I probably will. Either that or I'm considering buying into Boxable. We'll see.
If Elon sincere in is words and he's trying to change the world, he can't do that with a $100k priced truck.
If the #1 vehicles sold in the US are also the biggest polluters, that is the market he has to compete with to make any substantive change.
He's not going to sell 1M CTs if the price...
I'm not expecting anything tomorrow regarding the CT news.
I'm just glad NFL preseason kicks off tomorrow; college football starts in about 3 weeks, fantasy football draft is in 25 days, NFL regular season starts ~5 weeks, and most importantly to keep my mind off the CT, hunting season starts...
I took it to mean the lockable storage area under the truck bed floor. But I think other people interpret it as the entire bed area because the tonneau cover is lockable (not unlike many others) but also stronger and more secure then most.
Sure...eventually, lol. Operating costs are far less then the price of a new vehicle (for about a decade) and if I decide to buy something else if a 500 mile EV truck still isn't available, it will be the right decision for me.
What's wrong with F150 powerboost hybrid?
If I was new to driving full size trucks or larger, I would probably be willing to pay a little for the upgrade. Since I've been driving full size trucks most of my driving life, I would not pay for the upgrade as long as the turning radius is inline with current acceptable turning radiuses.