- Jun 30, 2020
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- Ordered: Cybertruck Tri FSD x 3
LOL. This Stock isn't going anywhere. Especially after all the dumpster fire schit that he says.
Mr. Musk is alienating a lot of potential buyers and current owners from the Tesla brand with his most recent Tweets. He must be driving the board of directors crazy right now.
X is facing some some serious boycotting right now from major advertisers. This is a developing story that is bound to pickup steam.
the good news is, X was already short of major advertisers?
It's not really a boycott, so much as a 'your boss made my ad appear next to eliminationist rhetoric, and that's not great for selling stuff.'
How did an old cybervan thread spark this topic?I am pretty sure Media Matters had some kind of setup or ax to grind… otherwise Elon would not have said he was suing them…
Now, I think he should not have announced the lawsuit, I think I would have just sprung it on them, not give them the weekend to prep… or spin control.
EM's free speech on X is a subject that should be discussed elsewhere, like on X or the Thanksgiving dinner table.
Thank you for your on topic response lol.Not sure why Ford would make the electric van and give it a small battery pack.
When I looked at them 3 years ago, the range was like 115 Miles. Sure I can go for a week, but most people would want a comparable battery like the lightning truck.
A van is what I use for the past 40 years for plumbing.
My guess is that Ford's target market was commercial applications that don't require a long range and a smaller battery would allow for greater cargo capacity and affordability. They also knew they couldn't do it on a large scale yet.
I think a van/shuttle concept fits into Tesla long term goals but who knows when or if they would announce it. Maybe they end up focusing on software and components for other manufactures that know those commercial customers better like Ford. I'd love to see a partnership between Ford and Tesla on a product like this.