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PostHeaderIcon Pops’ Rants: Karma Just Kicked Elon Musk in the Nuts

Another day, another carrot. I just dropped by to tell you that I love karma. Nope, not the Fisker Karma. That karma. The principle that Good intent and good deed contribute to good karma and future happiness, while bad intent and bad deed contribute to bad karma and future suffering. It’s the concept that keeps all life in a perfect balance. And the same concept made Elon Musk look pretty dumb after Hyundai launched the Nexo hydrogen fuel cell SUV at the Consumer Electronics Show. Yup, gotta love karma!

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In case you haven’t been following the latest electric car market disputes, Elon Musk made a few smug comments in recent years. One was aimed at the Nissan Leaf when Musk said that the Model 3 will provide more range at a more affordable price. The compact sedan isn’t yet available, as Tesla is struggling with production issues, but we already know that it’s more efficient than the redesigned Leaf. However, it’s a bit more expensive in base trim and significantly pricier if you want the longer range option and some tech. Pricier as in you can buy a BMW instead.

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In early 2016, Musk made a public statement in which it called hydrogen cars “incredibly dumb” when compared to electric vehicle. Granted, he had a few valid reasons about the process of splitting water into oxygen and hydrogen and compressing the latter cars, but it was still pretty rude to just take a dump on all automakers working on fuel cell technology. Especially with so many engineers claiming that it’s a viable solution. Well, Hyundai just launched the hydrogen-powered Nexo SUV with a range of 370 miles, 75 more than the range-topping Tesla Model X. And karma entered the room to kick Elon in the nuts.

Sure, only time will tell if the Nexo is as good as Hyundai claims, but some were skeptical when the Toyota Mirai entered production, and the Japanese sedan has done pretty well until now. And, unlike Tesla, Hyundai has kept its promises recently and didn’t miss its production schedule due to rash decisions. Maybe Elon could take a break and take a few notes from the Koreans. Hydrogen might be worth something after all now that carbon tanks are becoming more affordable and hydrogen stations are becoming a thing. Let’s not forget that hybrid and all-electric drivetrains were considered ludicrous a few decades ago…

Karma wins. Every time.

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PostHeaderIcon Roller Skates and Movies: Tesla Supercharger Locations Could End Up as Drive-In Theaters

Elon Musk is thinking of building a retro drive-in restaurant and theater at a new Tesla Supercharger in Los Angeles. It’s the latest in a series of “ideas” that Musk has proposed in recent years. While it’s not exactly as bold as inhabiting Mars or sending a Tesla Roadster to space, it does come at a time when Tesla is pushing to have more amenities at its Supercharger stations.




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“It follows the same “super gas station” concept that now includes restaurants, convenience stores, coffee shops, and, in some cases, actual retail stores”

Musk’s plan to turn Tesla’s Supercharger stations into a piece of a bigger retail establishment is a good idea. It follows the same “super gas station” concept that now includes restaurants, convenience stores, coffee shops, and, in some cases, actual retail stores. We’ve seen them along on the side of highways and freeways all over the country. We’ve even seen them in other countries too.

A Supercharger station that businesses and amenities like these could be a good thing for Tesla owners because charging their cars often take longer than filling up a traditional car with fuel. So while passing the time, they can either get a bite, do some activities, or if Musk has his way, watch a movie in a drive-by theater. The man’s even taking suggestions on Twitter, including the possibility of putting in a menu that can pop up from the Tesla’s digital display as soon as the driver enters the Supercharger station.


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“One of these stations, located in Kettleman City, already has a lounge with a cafe for owners”

There are so many possibilities that Tesla can look into in this sphere. To its credit, it has already started expanding some of its Supercharger stations to include these amenities. One of these stations, located in Kettleman City, already has a lounge with a cafe for owners. There are also plans to reserve a section of the area to allow food trucks to come into the station.

This is one of those plans by Musk that I’m fully onboard with. I wouldn’t even be against adding a car wash service at these Supercharger stations, something that Tesla was actually working on. In the end, the more variety these stations have is going to better in improving customer experience in these charging stations.

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PostHeaderIcon Tesla Model X Pulls Stuck Volvo Semi Out Of The Snow: Video

In case you hadn’t noticed yet, the weather outside ain’t just frightful – it’s downright abysmal. Tons of frozen water is flying down from the sky, covering that tacky black stuff we all like to drive on, making us all nostalgic for better, warmer, traction-filled times. Some folks are handling it better than others, but sometimes, the inevitable happens, and without warningbam – you’re stuck. And that’s exactly what happened to the driver of this Volvo semi in Raleigh, North Carolina. Stranded on the side of the road, a passing SUV decided to give the struggle truck a hand, which normally would be an empty gesture – unless, of course, the SUV in question happened to have enough torque to shift the Earth’s orbit and the AWD grip to put it all down. As it happens, that’s exactly what you get in the Tesla Model X, and as such, this tale of the good all-electric Samaritan has a happy ending.

Recently posted on Facebook, the clip is just a minute in length, but heartwarming all the same. With the stuck semi hooked up to the Model X’s rear end, the driver of the Tesla puts the pedal down, spinning all four tires in a mad grab for traction. Eventually, it starts to hook up, and slowly but surely, the semi is freed from its wintry trap. Now we just want to see a Model X pull out one of those new Tesla Semis from a snow drift…

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Posted by Kyle Conner on Wednesday, January 3, 2018

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PostHeaderIcon Fresh Images: SpaceX Falcon Heavy Looks Like It’s Ready To Go

SpaceX, Elon Musk’s after-hours hobby when he isn’t busy making electric cars, just puts its new Falcon Heavy rocket on the launchpad, marking the occasion with a series of images and videos on social media. SpaceX hopes to the light the candle some time later this month.

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“The massive machine is capable of putting a 140,660-pound payload into low-Earth orbit thanks to its 27 first-stage “Merlin” engines”

Taking its position on the LC-39A launchpad at the NASA Kennedy Space Center on Merrit Island, Florida, the same complex used to launch the Saturn V rocket that took astronauts to the Moon, the Falcon Heavy rocket has been all over the Internet for the past few days, much to the delight of starry-eyed space fans with dreams of exploring the great infinite beyond.

“With more than 5 million pounds of thrust at liftoff – equal to approximately eighteen 747 aircraft at full power – Falcon Heavy will be the most powerful operational rocket in the world by a factor of two,” SpaceX tweeted on Tuesday. The massive machine is capable of putting a 140,660-pound payload into low-Earth orbit thanks to its 27 first-stage “Merlin” engines. In essence, the Falcon Heavy is like three Falcon 9 rockets glued together, although SpaceX probably used something more, uh, adhesive than glue. Probably space glue.


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“The rocket will be carrying a Tesla Roadster into orbit around the Sun before a slingshot over to Mars' orbit. David Bowie's Space Oddity will be playing during takeoff.”

SpaceX is currently leasing the LC-39A pad from NASA. For now, the plan is to launch the Falcon Heavy later in January, although delays are highly likely. The rocket will be carrying a Tesla Roadster into orbit around the Sun before a slingshot over to Mars’ orbit. David Bowie’s Space Oddity will be playing during takeoff.

However, before it does all that, the Falcon Heavy will undergo a series of tests to make sure all systems are working as intended.

All told, this is a very exciting time for any and all fans of space flight. The long-term goal is, of course, putting human beings on Mars, but before we get there, we suppose a drop-top Tesla will suffice.


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PostHeaderIcon Shocker: Tesla Misses Model 3 Goals; Delays Production Again

Tesla is no stranger to production woes as both the original Model S and the trendy Model X experienced major delays early on, so it comes as no surprise the automaker announced the budget-friendly Model 3’s production volume won’t be ramping up to the 5,000-unit-per-week goal until the second quarter of 2018. That goal was originally set for December of 2017, but production delays sacked those plans. Despite the delays, Tesla still delivered 1,550 Model 3s in Q4 of 2017.

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“Tesla reportedly had nearly 500,000 preorders for the Model 3, which starts at $35,000 before options”

First and foremost, many customers who have placed reservations and paid down payments will wait longer before receiving their car. Tesla reportedly had nearly 500,000 preorders for the Model 3, which starts at $35,000 before options. While deliveries are being made, the rate pales in comparison to the 5,000-unit-per-week flow Tesla originally planned.

Secondly, the delays don’t do Tesla any favors on the stock market. Its share price fell from $324.81 on Wednesday, January 3 at 10 a. m. to $308.59 by 10:30 a.m. the next day. Investors are happy to see stock prices resurge to $315.41 at the time of this writing, just the way Tesla’s stock always rebounds after production delays are announced.


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“Despite the delays, Tesla still delivered 1,550 Model 3s in Q4 of 2017.”

That’s the interesting thing about Tesla. It seems that, no matter what happens or how severe situations get, investors remain positive and stock prices retain their general upward trend. In fact, at this time last year, Tesla’s stock prices were only $226.99 per share.

The stock prices are not the only indicator of Tesla’s overall growth. The Automaker officially surpassed delivering over 100,000 vehicles globally in 2017, an increase of 33 percent over 2016, according to The Verge.

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PostHeaderIcon Elon Musk Tweets Tesla Pickup Coming After Model Y

Elon Musk likes to tweet. He also likes to make grand promises. But unlike other billionaire geniuses with a space company, Musk tends to fulfill his grandiose promises – at least in due time. The latest on Elon’s long list is an all-electric pickup truck from Tesla. Musk recently responded to questions on Twitter about the truck, saying, “I promise that we will make a pickup truck right after the Model Y. Have had the core design/engineering elements in my mind for almost five years. Am dying to build it.”

Of course, this isn’t the first time we’ve heard Elon say something about a Tesla pickup. The first official rambling from Elon came in January of 2016 when he said in an on-camera interview, “Yeah, I think it’s quite likely we’ll do a truck in the future.” He officially confirmed a Tesla pickup during the debut of the Tesla Semi and Roadster back November 2017. However, the rendering images of that truck show it being very large like a medium-duty truck rather than something found in your neighbor’s driveway.

Must took to Twitter shortly after tweeting the statement above to clarify the Tesla truck’s size. When asked if it would be similar to the Ford F-150, Elon replied by saying, “Similar total size. Maybe slightly bigger to account for a really gamechanging (I think) feature I’d Like to add.”
As for the when, reports suggest the Model Y, a compact crossover, will debut sometime in 2018. If that’s the case, we could see a Tesla pickup by 2020. As for what that game-changing feature could be, anyone’s guess is as good as ours.

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PostHeaderIcon Elon Musk Delivers Easter Eggs for Christmas with Latest Tesla Software Update

A new OTA update rolled out to Tesla Vehicles in the days before Christmas, and wouldn’t you know it – there was a hidden Easter Egg built into the update. Last year, we had the synchronized light show on the Model X, but Musk went a little more complicated this year and replaced the Model S on the main display with an image of Santa and his sleigh. It went even a step further with cars shown on either side being replaced by reindeer and the turn signals being replaced by Jingle Bells. If you haven’t accessed Santa Mode on your Tesla yet, it’s not that hard. Just access the slider or say “Ho Ho Ho” through voice command and you’ll see the fat man himself pop up and prepare to guide you through traffic.. or uh… reindeer that is. Check out Elon’s tweet, a couple of images, and a video showing it all down below.

The Initial Tweet

So much for making people look for the eggs, though.






And…. A Video for Those Without a Tesla


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PostHeaderIcon British Shop Creates First Tesla Model S Shooting Brake

For a company that was founded less than 15 years ago, Tesla is definitely doing great things for the auto industry. Its cars are the quickest and most powerful mass-produced EVs you can buy, their range is also segment-leading, while the Supercharger network makes owning and driving one a lot easier. On the flipside, Tesla current lineup is very limited, as it includes only two sedans and an SUV. A two-door sports car and a semi truck are underway, but Elon Musk’s company doesn’t have plans for more utilitarian body styles, such as a station wagon and a pickup truck. But if your dream is to own a Model S with a bigger trunk, the folks over at Qwest Norfolk will get you covered.


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“The idea was born when a businessman complained to his engineer friend that his Model S lacks sufficient headroom for his dogs”

Located in Great Britain, Qwest Norfolk is a brand-new shop that turned the Model S into a station wagon/shooting brake model. The guy behind the customized EV says that the idea was born when a businessman complained to his engineer friend that his Model S lacks sufficient headroom for his dogs, due to the fastback-style rear section. “The wish was that Tesla had an Estate, a proper large estate, a shooting brake, that long-lost vehicle format reserved for the annals of history, reminiscing over Volvos and Peugeots of the past long before SUVs and MPVs ruled the planet,” he said in an episode of the “Fully Charged Show.”

Qwest went ahead and redesigned the rear end of the car to add a bigger trunk. The upgrade was developed to fit the Model S’ muscular rear fenders, so the end result is more of a shooting brake rather than a traditional wagon. Qwest bonded a custom carbon-fiber rear body and roof to the standard aluminum shell of the sedan and added three-quarter glass and a tailgate. There’s no word as to how much cargo space was added, but the rear section is definitely tall enough to provide proper headroom for big dogs. More importantly, Tesla approved the modification.


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“There's no word as to how much cargo space was added, but the rear section is definitely tall enough to provide proper headroom for big dogs.”

Qwest doesn’t plan to turn this project into a production model, but on the other hand, it didn’t say that it wouldn’t take similar orders. So maybe it’s worth a shot. It’s also worth noting that the Brits created the first ever Model S shooting brake, creating it a few months ahead of the one planned by RemetzCar, a shop located in the Netherlands.

Hopefully, this project will go viral, and Tesla will decide to offer a station wagon at some point.

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PostHeaderIcon Elon Musk Is Sending His Tesla Roadster to Mars

Elon Musk’s fascination with Mars is legendary. The man is obsessed with conquering the red planet, and has even come up with a, theoretical, plan to nuke it, so that it might become more habitable for humans. That may be a bit too ambitious, but Elon can do other things to leave his mark on Mars. And apparently the mark he wants to leave there is his red Tesla Roadster

The cherry red first-gen Tesla Roadster is space-bound inside one of Musk’s Falcon rockets – how cool is that? The guy has his own space rockets! – replacing the “concrete or steel blocks” usually used as simulated mass for test rockets. The car is going to be “on a billion year elliptic Mars orbit,” playing David Bowie’s Space Oddity all the way. That is, of course, if the rocket “doesn’t blow up on ascent.”

This is a special occasion not just for space guys, but car guys as well. And yes, of course, it is also an achievement for humanity on the whole to have a man-made object in Mars’ orbit for practically eternity. Now, some may not agree with the choice, Tesla Roadster, as the car representation the human race in deep space (although the choice of song is excellent). Well, if you have the capability to send your favorite car into space, then by all means do it. We’d a send a Mercedes SL55 AMG. But Musk is currently the only man in the world who can do this, and he is going to send the Roadster. So let us all wish him good luck.




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PostHeaderIcon Tesla Could Limit Use of Superchargers for Commercial Use

Tesla is laying down the law on all new vehicles it sells that will be used for commercial purposes. The California-based electric car maker has revealed that these vehicles will be restricted from using its Supercharger network to avoid abusive use by owners. The company has already updated its legal page to reflect this change in policy, but with commercial operators of Tesla vehicles still using these Superchargers for a whole range of other purposes, the automaker could take “additional action” to protect the availability of the Superchargers.


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“This new policy could affect a lot of owners, specifically those who operate commercial fleets of Tesla vehicles”

While I understand Tesla’s rationale of trying to prevent abusive use of its Supercharger network, this new policy could affect a lot of owners, specifically those who operate commercial fleets of Tesla vehicles. In addition to taxi fleets, Tesla’s are being used for ride-sourcing or ride-sharing, delivery and transport vehicles, and even government purposes. If their use of the Supercharger network is curbed because of this policy, it could lead to these fleets not being able to function up to their full capacity.

But there is a part about this that feels like Tesla’s hands are being forced. The company initially created the expanding Supercharging network to allow owners the opportunity to travel long distances. But as is the case with giving too much of something to the masses, some owners have abused the purpose of the Superchargers by using them for a variety of purposes, including charging on shorter trips.

“Some owners have abused the purpose of the Superchargers by using them for a variety of purposes, including charging on shorter trips.”

The company already loosely adopted the policy, saying that “if you charge your vehicle in a manner that does not comply with this Supercharger Fair Use Policy, we may ask you to modify this behavior. We may also take additional action to protect the availability of Superchargers for their intended purpose, such as limiting or blocking your vehicle’s ability to use Supercharger stations.”

It’s going to be interesting how this policy is adopted and followed moving forward. It’s a tricky thing to curb the use of the Supercharger network among those who probably rely on them the most. Let’s hope that this gets cleared up sooner than later.

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PostHeaderIcon Tesla Could Limit Use of Superchargers for Commercial Use

Tesla is laying down the law on all new vehicles it sells that will be used for commercial purposes. The California-based electric car maker has revealed that these vehicles will be restricted from using its Supercharger network to avoid abusive use by owners. The company has already updated its legal page to reflect this change in policy, but with commercial operators of Tesla vehicles still using these Superchargers for a whole range of other purposes, the automaker could take “additional action” to protect the availability of the Superchargers.


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“This new policy could affect a lot of owners, specifically those who operate commercial fleets of Tesla vehicles”

While I understand Tesla’s rationale of trying to prevent abusive use of its Supercharger network, this new policy could affect a lot of owners, specifically those who operate commercial fleets of Tesla vehicles. In addition to taxi fleets, Tesla’s are being used for ride-sourcing or ride-sharing, delivery and transport vehicles, and even government purposes. If their use of the Supercharger network is curbed because of this policy, it could lead to these fleets not being able to function up to their full capacity.

But there is a part about this that feels like Tesla’s hands are being forced. The company initially created the expanding Supercharging network to allow owners the opportunity to travel long distances. But as is the case with giving too much of something to the masses, some owners have abused the purpose of the Superchargers by using them for a variety of purposes, including charging on shorter trips.

“Some owners have abused the purpose of the Superchargers by using them for a variety of purposes, including charging on shorter trips.”

The company already loosely adopted the policy, saying that “if you charge your vehicle in a manner that does not comply with this Supercharger Fair Use Policy, we may ask you to modify this behavior. We may also take additional action to protect the availability of Superchargers for their intended purpose, such as limiting or blocking your vehicle’s ability to use Supercharger stations.”

It’s going to be interesting how this policy is adopted and followed moving forward. It’s a tricky thing to curb the use of the Supercharger network among those who probably rely on them the most. Let’s hope that this gets cleared up sooner than later.

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PostHeaderIcon Add UPS to the Growing List of Companies That Have Placed Orders For Tesla’s Semi Trucks

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Walmart, DHL, Anheuser-Busch, and PepsiCo. have all signed up and ordered Tesla’s all-electric semi trucks. Now you can add DHL rival UPS to that list. The global delivery giant has pre-ordered 125 semi trucks from the electric car maker, making it the latest large-scale company to try out Tesla’s new breakthrough product.


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“Taking into account UPS’ pre-order of 125 semi trucks, Tesla probably has over 500 orders of its trucks already”

It’s no secret that Tesla’s all-electric semi trucks have the attention of a lot of companies. Taking into account UPS’ pre-order of 125 semi trucks, Tesla probably has over 500 orders of its trucks already. That’s an impressive feat for something that a lot of people were skeptical about when Elon Musk first announced plans for the all-electric trucks.

In the case of UPS, no less than the company’s chief information and engineering officer, Juan Perez, confirmed the company’s pre-order of 125 trucks. “For more than a century, UPS has led the industry in testing and implementing new technologies for more efficient fleet operations,” he said. “We look forward to expanding further our commitment to fleet excellence with Tesla. These groundbreaking electric tractors are poised to usher in a new era in improved safety, reduced environmental impact, and reduced cost of ownership.”

That’s as good a stamp of approval as you’ll see from a company that’s considered as one of the biggest fleet operators in the world with 108,000 delivery vehicles scattered all over the globe.


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“UPS didn’t say how many of these orders are for the 300-mile range version of Tesla’s electric semis and how many are for the 500-mile range version”

UPS didn’t say how many of these orders are for the 300-mile range version of Tesla’s electric semis and how many are for the 500-mile range version. What we do know is that UPS is already making a huge push towards offering this kind of service for the future. In addition to its order of Tesla’s electric semis, the company is also converting as many as 1,500 of its delivery trucks to battery-electric. Likewise, it has also purchased Daimler’s new electric trucks to add to its growing fleet. All these moves are part of UPS’ goal to bolster its fleet by buying one vehicle with alternative fuel or advanced technology for every four vehicles it buys by 2020.

UPS’ order of Tesla’s all-electric semi trucks didn’t come cheap either. Taking into account the deposit price of $20,000 for a base reservation of the production model, UPS’ order comes with a deposit of $2.5 million.

Through all of this, one thing has become clear about Tesla’s all-electric semi trucks: the demand for it is strong.

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PostHeaderIcon Word Has it the Tesla Semi Performance Specs are the Real McCoy

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Are Tesla’s electric semi trucks really capable of sprinting from 0 to 60 mph in just five seconds on their own and 20 seconds with a full load behind them? Better yet, can these trucks really hit a top speed of 65 mph while going up a five-percent grade? Since we’re already asking these questions, do these trucks really have the range to travel up to 500 miles? All these numbers were presented by Tesla during the electric truck’s unveiling last month. Almost all of them are mind-blowing by industry standards so, naturally, the specs came with plenty of skepticism. Are these specs real or fabricated? Well, according to Electrek, a transporter that participated in the Tesla Semi test program confirmed that the specs are, in fact, real — or at least most of them are.


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“When it comes to vehicles as important as Tesla’s all-electric semi-truck, there’s bound to be a lot of discussion surrounding its capabilities”

When it comes to vehicles as important as Tesla’s all-electric semi-truck, there’s bound to be a lot of discussion surrounding its capabilities. That’s completely understandable, and it’s also to be expected. What gets lost in all the hype is the veracity of Tesla’s claims. Well, it’s not as concrete an answer as we’re expecting, but Morgan Stanley’s Adam Jonas claims to have spoken with XPO Logistics, a company that helped Tesla test its prototypes, and it revealed that there’s a lot of truth to Tesla’s claims.

“The Tesla Semi has already received important validation from some customers,” Jonas wrote in his note clients. “We spoke with mgmt. at XPO Logistics, one of the largest logistics companies in the country, that has been talking to Tesla on their EV semi for the past 18 months, including testing live prototypes. XPO mgmt. confirmed that in their testing, the features and capabilities of the truck mostly lived up to Tesla’s claims at the launch event, including the performance vs. diesel trucks up a 5% grade (55 mph vs 45 mph), recharging time, safety/anti jackknifing features and payload (similar to a typical diesel truck, as confirmed by Tesla).”


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“The range of miles on a single charge with a full load will largely decide how successful these all-electric semi trucks are.”

These are incredible revelations, for sure, but there was no mention on whether the electric semis are capable of the 500-mile range that the company promised. As impressive as these performance numbers are, the range of miles on a single charge with a full load will largely decide how successful these all-electric semi trucks are. Granted, XPO Logistics may not have been able to test that one completely, so it’s still too early to assume the real range these all-electric semis have.

But as far as Tesla’s other performance claims go, they look to be legitimate. Incredible, right?

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PostHeaderIcon PepsiCo Orders Up 100 Semi Trucks from Tesla

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Add PepsiCo to the growing number of companies that are buying in on Tesla’s new electric truck. The food and beverage giant has reserved 100 units of the electric semis, joining the likes of Wal-Mart, Anheuser-Busch, and Sysco as the first wave of companies that are buying into what the electric car maker is selling. The electric trucks are seen as affordable alternatives to diesel trucks with the range and cargo capacity to compete with its traditional counterparts.


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“PepsiCo’s order of 100 trucks is the biggest one to date for Tesla”

PepsiCo’s order of 100 trucks is the biggest one to date for Tesla. It’s a big deal for the EV company to have a company as big as PepsiCo step in and show some confidence in its product. Other companies like Wal-Mart and Anheuser-Busch have placed orders. Fleet operator J.B. Hunt Transport Services Inc and foodservice distribution company Sysco Corp. have done the same too. According to Reuters’ tally, the total number of reservations to date sits at 267 trucks. But that number could also be the tip of the iceberg. It’s possible that Tesla has also taken reservations from other companies and smaller truck operators without publicly announcing it. Other reports even suggest that Tesla has actually taken around 1,200 reservations for its trucks. Regardless of the number, the interest in the product is a good thing for Tesla.

In PepsiCo’s case, the F&B giant indicated that its order of 100 trucks is intended for shipments between manufacturing and distribution facilities and to retailers within the 500-mile range that Tesla CEO Elon Musk promised. There’s a possibility that PepsiCo orders more trucks in the future, but that’s contingent on how successful its trial runs are.


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“PepsiCo and all the other companies that placed orders for the trucks still have some waiting to do before taking delivery of the haulers”

For now, PepsiCo and all the other companies that placed orders for the trucks still have some waiting to do before taking delivery of the haulers. Tesla doesn’t expect the electric big rigs to hit production until 2019, and that’s assuming that there are no delays on that front. That, in itself, is a tough ask from Tesla, a company that’s known for production delays.

Still, expect more companies to get in on Tesla’s new semi trucks. Demand is strong at this point, and if the trucks live up to the hype, they can be industry-changing. Reuters is even reporting that after initially asking $5,000 per truck for pre-orders, Tesla has bumped that figure up to around $20,000. That’s a sign that there’s a lot of activity happening on that front.

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PostHeaderIcon Novitec Tesla Model S Features Subtle Improvements

The fact that it is extremely hard to improve an electric car has not stopped aftermarket specialists from trying. Here you see the Novitec Tesla Model S, a European take on the highly celebrated American EV, and it boasts a number of key upgrades that make the ownership experience of the car more satisfying. 

On the styling front Novitec Tesla Model S is given a light treatment in form of some carbon fiber components that do more for the aerodynamics of the car than its looks. The package include front splitter, side skirts, and rear diffuser, plus a neat boot spoiler. Because they are made of naked carbon, they look their best on a white car. The aero parts are complemented with a set of a bespoke Vossen wheels made exclusively for the Tesla, measuring 9,0J x 21J with 245/35 R21 tires on the front and 10,5J x 21J with 265/35 R21 tires out back. Customer has full control over the color of the rims.

Having taken care of the looks, the tuner then set about technical improvements. And this is the difficult part with an electric car, because there isn’t much that can be done to increase the power and range that the manufacturer hasn’t done already. So Novitec Tesla Model S program focuses on ride and handling, hooking the car up with electronic adjustable shock absorbers optionally with hydraulic height adjustment. This results in a nice drop of 25mm in eh ride height. Last but not least, the Model S gets a high performance brake system with ventilated Carbon-Ceramic brake discs optimized the deceleration value of the vehicle by weight-saving at the same time.












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PostHeaderIcon Tesla Working on New AI Chip that Elon Musk Says Will Be the Best in the World

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk is so bullish about the prospect of Tesla using custom hardware for artificial intelligence that he doubled down on his position at a recent company party for industry and academic researchers. Speaking to a crowd of smart industry heads, Musk even predicted that the specialized AI hardware the company is developing under the stewardship of Jim Keller will be the “best in the world.”


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“The company uses Nvidia graphics cards on its Autopilot hardware system, but it’s become clear that Tesla is looking to use its own custom chips to meet Musk’s goal of attaining level 5 autonomy by 2020.”

For those who don’t know, Jim Keller is a former AMD chip architect who is best known for being the lead architect on a number of computer chips that were developed during his time at AMD and Apple. He joined Tesla in 2016 to serve as the company’s vice president of hardware. That’s on top of his job as the lead guy in the company’s development of AI hardware. If anybody knows his way around this world, it’s Keller.

Musk’s confidence in his guys is clear by his boasts. He wasn’t shy about predicting the potential of his specialized hardware, which he says could be used inside future Tesla models to do the computing legwork needed to successfully advance autonomous driving technology. The company uses Nvidia graphics cards on its Autopilot hardware system, but it’s become clear that Tesla is looking to use its own custom chips to meet Musk’s goal of attaining level 5 autonomy by 2020.

Tesla’s aggressive pursuit in developing artificial intelligence isn’t new to the industry. Tech rivals like Google parent company Alphabet are developing their own versions of artificial intelligence. Google has its own that powers its cloud AI services while Apple and Huawei have added them to their smartphones.

The potential advancements brought by artificial intelligence is still in its embryonic stage. It’s too early to tell what the short and long-term effects are going to be to us as a society. But rest assured, we’re all going to look back to these last few years as the era when we started scratching the surface of artificial intelligence.

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PostHeaderIcon Budweiser Deliveries Get Electrified: Anheuser-Busch orders 40 Tesla Semis

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Tesla has been racking up pre-orders for its all-electric Semi truck since its debut in mid-November, with Anheuser-Busch being one of the latest corporations and the first brewer to join the fray. Anheuser-Busch has reportedly ordered 40 Tesla Semis, making the second-largest order in the truck’s short history. Food giant Sysco announced its pre-order of 50 Semis shortly after AB.

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“Anheuser-Busch will use the Tesla Semis to deliver Budweiser beer from its brewery locations to wholesalers within a 150- to 200-mile range”

James Sembrot, AB’s senior director of logistics, is quoted on insideevs.com as saying, “At Anheuser-Busch, we are constantly seeking new ways to make our supply chain more sustainable, efficient, and innovative. This investment in Tesla semi-trucks helps us achieve these goals while improving road safety and lowering our environmental impact.”

Anheuser-Busch will use the Tesla Semis to deliver Budweiser beer from its brewery locations to wholesalers within a 150- to 200-mile range, according to the Wall Street Journal. The Teslas will join AB’s fleet of roughly 750 trucks nationwide, which are owned and operated by third-party companies. It’s unknown whether AB will lease the Tesla Semis, outright buy them, or have its third-party companies purchase the trucks.

AB declined to disclose the reservation price of each truck but admits it placed its order long before the Tesla Semi’s debut in November. At that time, deposits were $5,000. Tesla has since raised the price to $20,000 in a response to demand. The Semi’s full price is expected to range from $150,000 to $200,000 when it finally reaches the market in 2019. So far, Tesla has accumulated an estimated 200 pre-orders for the Semi. Naturally, that number is expected to grow as more companies jump on board.

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PostHeaderIcon Tesla Finally Gives Early Model 3 Owners a Radio and a Trip Odometer

The Tesla Model 3 has already been criticized for being pretty basic, but the biggest criticism it got was that there was no GM radio and no odometer – two basic features that have been around for decades in every car produced. Well, with standard over-the-air updates, Tesla has finally added a trip odometer and FM radio. Whether or not these were originally intended to be paid options in the future, or simply overlooked remains to be seen, and even sounds a little absurd to have to question, but they are now considered standard equipment, which makes the latest OTA and win-win. In addition to these two features, the OTA update also brings in new apps that providing information on energy consumption and tire pressure monitoring. And, it also gets the “easy entry and exit” feature found on the Tesla Model S and Model X.

Remember, current Model 3 owners are, for the most part, Tesla employees or “members of the family” that were able to purchase early examples in order to give near-immediate feedback, but customer deliveries are expected to kick off by the turn of the year. Customers who will receive initial deliveries in the coming weeks should expect somewhat routine updates that will continue to add features and software honing over the next year or so at the least.

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PostHeaderIcon Tesla Finally Gives Early Model 3 Owners a Radio and a Trip Odometer

The Tesla Model 3 has already been criticized for being pretty basic, but the biggest criticism it got was that there was no GM radio and no odometer – two basic features that have been around for decades in every car produced. Well, with standard over-the-air updates, Tesla has finally added a trip odometer and FM radio. Whether or not these were originally intended to be paid options in the future, or simply overlooked remains to be seen, and even sounds a little absurd to have to question, but they are now considered standard equipment, which makes the latest OTA and win-win. In addition to these two features, the OTA update also brings in new apps that providing information on energy consumption and tire pressure monitoring. And, it also gets the “easy entry and exit” feature found on the Tesla Model S and Model X.

Remember, current Model 3 owners are, for the most part, Tesla employees or “members of the family” that were able to purchase early examples in order to give near-immediate feedback, but customer deliveries are expected to kick off by the turn of the year. Customers who will receive initial deliveries in the coming weeks should expect somewhat routine updates that will continue to add features and software honing over the next year or so at the least.

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PostHeaderIcon SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy Rocket to Launch for the First Time in December; Could Carry Elon Musk’s Tesla Roadster Into Space

7,376 pound-feet of torque

Back in July, we announced the new that Elon Musk might shoot off SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy Rocket for the first time before the turn of the year. Come December 1st and Musk has tweeted that the rocket will, indeed, launch soon, but it won’t be until next month, or as of the date of that post, sometime in January of 2018. That goes beyond the “this year” timeframe but is quite exciting considering the number of times that Falcon Heavy has been delayed in the past. According to Musk, it will have double the thrust of the next largest rocket and the launch is “guaranteed to be exciting, one way or another.” Not long after that, Musk tweeted what seems to be a joke, saying “Payload will be my midnight cherry Tesla Roadster playing Space Oddity. Destination is Mars Orbit. Will be in deep space for a billion years or so if it doesn’t blow up on ascent.”

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“If the Roadster payload does happen, and it does make it to Mars, let’s hope that he also follows up with a Tesla charger”

Truth be told, you can’t really discredit Musk’s apparent joke about sending his Roadster into space. After all, the man did place a secret wheel of cheese on top of Dragon’s first flight, and he has said that he intends to stick “the silliest thing we can imagine” on top of Falcon Heavy for its first voyage. Well, a Tesla Roadster, one in midnight cherry, would be pretty damn silly. And he, in fact, loves the idea, responding to another tweet saying, “I love the thought of a car drifting apparently endlessly through space and perhaps being discovered by an alien race millions of years in the future.” And, for what it’s worth, other outlets have claimed that SpaceX has confirmed that the “roadster payload is real.”

If the roadster payload does happen, and it does make it to Mars, let’s hope that he also follows up with a Tesla charger so that the crew that does go to Mars might have something else to get around in. Or perhaps he can send some solar panels too, so it can charge that way. All of this, assuming that the Roadster could even make it to Mars’ surface. Something tells me that Musk would rather have one of his creations floating endlessly into the great unknown. Let’s just pray that, if it does really happen, that some aggressive alien species doesn’t find it and come rape us of our resources – lord knows we’ve been warned about that by Hollywood more than a few times.

Static Test of Falcon Heavy – May 2017

Falcon Heavy Flight Animated Rendering

SpaceX Vision for a Mission to Mars

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