I am going to cross my fingers that your wishes and prognostications become reality. But if wishes were fishes...It is my opinion the CT will get the best battery available at the time of its release. One thing is for sure, Tesla always updates the software to include new advances and features to include battery management and longevity. This truck is so innovative it will stand out for decades.
I also believe the range of all three models will be increased at the time of delivery.
i think it’s very probable to see 300+, 350+ and 550+ for all three models.
Again in my most humble opinion.
I would guess the 500 mile range depends on the new battery being developed. If it doesn’t get developed we will be waiting like the people who reserved the roadster......still waiting for a 600 mile battery. I,m guessing battery day will keep getting delayed on till the battery technology exists. It will get there..... just not always on time.I am going to cross my fingers that your wishes and prognostications become reality. But if wishes were fishes...
Elon Musk can only say that he has amazing news for so many months before no one believes him anymore. It’s a “put up or shut up” thing. It would have been amazing in February, but now that CATL has announced a 1.25 million mile battery, and new breakthroughs are announced just about every day, if Elon Musk wants to claim Tesla leadership in EV battery technology, he’d better demonstrate that superiority and soon. I too am hoping for no more Battery Day postponements.I think battery day has been pushed out too many times and will be here this coming September.
Just my thoughts.
Strong competition? Lucid Air is going to cost over $150,000... Looks more like competition for gas cars, not Tesla.We also have to keep in mind that they do have strong competition. While other companies aren't in the media as much, there are others that are working on FSD technology and some companies have been hinting towards some major advancements in the battery field. But none of those other companies are going to save me in an apocalypse or give me a truck that can fart with a turn signal, so i'll stick with Tesla.
Yes but I was clearly referring to FSD technology and battery technology. There are numerous FSD systems that are being worked on that aren't even used in cars yet, then there is openpilot which can be installed in numerous cars such as even a honda and while I don't think it's anywhere near what Tesla can do, in terms of a autopilot for highway driving, it has proved to do well on the reviewed I watched on youtube. Then you have companies that are coming out with hands free autopilot that can track your eyes instead of you nudging the wheel, you have mercedes coming out claiming they will have L3 driving in traffic jams and L4 for parking.Strong competition? Lucid Air is going to cost over $150,000... Looks more like competition for gas cars, not Tesla.