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Impressive - surprised they could video everything. Love to know what production rate is
 

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Nice thanks. Watching now and will report back!
 


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Sorry...I finally watched finished today...got side tracked with lots of other videos.
Definitively worth watching the factory part of the video, you can skip the beginning and end parts.
There are two factory tour parts, they go back in when it's empty.

Couple of things:

1) TM is two induction motors in the rear one PM in the front

Front PM Motor Sub2.png


2) DM is PM in the rear and induction in the front (which is ideal, as the PM is on all the time)

Front (Note the potential empty frunk volume under the dash)

Frunk Space2.png


Rear PM in the DM

CT Rear Cast with DM PM motor.png


Rear Subframe attached to motor.

CT Rear Suspension under.png



3) Tow hitch

Ct Tow Hitch3 Skin.png


Ct Tow Hitch2.png


Ct Tow Hitch Frame.png


4) Battery Penthouse (with two rectangular cabin vents in the midgate - HAVC fan mod?)

CT Penthouse2.png


5) Rear Vault roll location

CT Assembly Line2 Rear arch.png


CT Assembly Line Vault roll.png


Lots of little details that I am still digesting but overall an interesting walkthrough.

My main takeaway is that the assembly line looks busy and somehow "functional". There to much stuff to be staged, but obviously we don't have any footage of manufacturing speed. But it does look like they can make them, so that's a good start I suppose. 🤓
 

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That would theoretically be 43k a month at 24/7. Fingers crossed they get there in 2024 as I am sitting at approx 200,000 in line
43k/month would be 516k/year. Hopefully not that fast because I need to save up more money now lol
 

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Did anyone catch at 37:41, “Everest beta build” is that going to be different interior color other than black and white maybe?
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