Tesla Time News – Tesla Semi FUD & Carioke



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Timestamps:
Tesla Semi FUD – 0:25
Tesla Semi Crosses US – 2:28
Tesla Carioke – 3:53
Q30 Electric Day Cruiser – 4:52
New Kalashnikov – 6:03
Predictive Navigation – 7:13
Harley-Davidson Going Electric – 8:00
Model 3 in Australia – 9:35
30% Labor Reduction on Model 3 – 10:55
BMW i3 Cuts the Cheese – 12:51
LIGHTNING ROUND – 14:51

Links:
Tesla Semi FUD – 0:25

Tesla Semi Crosses US – 2:28

Tesla Carioke – 3:53

Q30 Electric Day Cruiser – 4:52

New Kalashnikov – 6:03

Predictive Navigation – 7:13

Harley-Davidson Going Electric – 8:00

Model 3 in Australia – 9:35

30% Labor Reduction on Model 3 – 10:55

BMW i3 Cuts the Cheese – 12:51

LIGHTNING ROUND – 14:51

20 Replies to “Tesla Time News – Tesla Semi FUD & Carioke”

  1. J Priest

    I hope I am wrong, but some FUD was spotted at 28:20 "but that's Russian, did we buy them?". Stop listening to main stream media. They lie about tesla, they lie about war, and they lie about dairy. and they lie about Russia. behind the scenes, business as usual or we wouldn't be partners in space. It's a new electric world and we don't have time for nationalism to be a barrier to a cleaner planet. As Elon has demonstrated by opening the patents, ALL of us need to work together to reduce the carbon footprints. I still clicked the blue mitten and thanks for the info.

  2. Gerry Crisostomo

    WOW! Just imagine if all vehicles on the road are powered by electricity. There will be no more air pollution which is at present one of the leading causes of lung disease of the public utility vehicle drivers and commuters all over the world. Also, there will be no more noise and everything will be quiet and peaceful even on the roads that are full of vehicles. That, dear friends is very exciting!

  3. Russell Popham

    Hey guys, just want to say I love your videos, very informative and the hard work you put into it really shows ;?)
    One request, can you please add the number of the particular show in the title so that I can more easily find the latest video? Thanks and keep up the great work!!

  4. Locomotion2121

    Kalashnikov is a trade mark. The arms manufacturer is the Izhevsk Arms Manufacturing Plants. They have built cars before. Just google Izh station wagon (Izh is short for the name of the city of Izhevsk). They clearly play the nostalgia card as the new project clearly follows the body style of the Izh. Very strange decision to allude to a car this hedious, bith as handling and as exterior.

  5. RJ Cooper

    Seems like these would also be good venues 4 sustainable vegan foods : Couple EV charging stations along with — BH( Beings-Human) charging stations. Maybe these would be good places for Amazon to expand.

  6. Lawrence Taylor

    The Swiss Trucking Association is telling their members that diesel will power trucks for aother 75 years. And Auto-Swiss is very schizophrenic. They refuse to do anything for the charging infrastructure, in fact in western Switzerland it is making less progress that two years ago! But the they want 10% of all vehicles to be EV in 2020, and recently they said 15%. I have contacted them but they never answer. They are blowing hot air, but they refuse to install wind turbines.. Good show guys.

  7. Ruben Kelevra

    That BMW ad is actually pretty good. We don't have cabins in the mountains without electricity… that's pretty unheard of. But BMW located in Bavaria, which is basically mountains, and small towns in the valleys… like shown.

    Many of the locals there work as shown… and electricity on the marketplaces are a real hassle to rent etc. if you could skip this, that's a great way to use the car.

    I think the main reason why you don't feel like getting it, is: You're on a different continent, and don't live in Bavaria (like I don't, too). But if BMW is really getting in people in Bavaria buy electric cars, you can probably sell them everywhere in Germany – they are pretty conservative. Also: Driving distances in Bavaria are pretty large usually, since the next larger town is often far away.

  8. Eddie Lopez

    Been a Harley owner for many, many years……….. I would give up my current "loud" Harley for "ANY" electric motorcycle without giving it a second thought. The world is changing, you either change with it or get left behind

  9. GrasponReality

    FUD is pretty worthless in a business to business industry… Trucking companies are going to make the decision based on cold hard numbers… If the Tesla semi drops the costs to $1.20 a mile then big consumers like Walmart are going to pay based on that… if you want their business you'll have to be able to make money at whatever the electric rate is… The reality is almost never does a company that dominates a current market even become a major player in the market that replaces it…

  10. SnoozeVictim

    Yea… when a guy thinks he can do engineering better than SpaceX but compares paragliding to catching a fairing. First of all, a paraglider is a small little and heavy mass below a giant parachute. The fairing is the opposite, it's light weight and big. You essentially have to control a wing under a wing which is nothing like paragliding. The aerodynamics are entirely different and I'm sure SpaceX has many talented aerodynamics engineers working on it already. If you want a job at SpaceX you better study and graduate with an A+ from a very pricy college like Harvard. They have a long queue but as everyone surely knows they burn through their staff quickly which is partly because people start to use Elon's companies as stepping stones to get into higher paid positions at other entities. "I have worked at Tesla or SpaceX, I know the tricks, pay me 1 million dollars per year". The trick is to focus on a very well defined goal and work hard towards it.

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