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Tesla Battery Day! Livestream Event HIGHLIGHTS



Tesla CEO Elon Musk reveals the company’s strategy around new battery technologies.

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  • Daniel Selby
    September 23, 2020

    Elon Musk is never going to wow anyone with his public speaking ability, but he will go down in history as an innovator and leader of our time.

  • Kevin Navas
    September 23, 2020

    God he's gain a lot of weight.

  • J K
    September 23, 2020

    As it is right now, as far as I understand, the biggest wall that EV face is driving longer distances. The infrastructure for EV and their charge time just makes it impractical for distance driving.

    Would it not be practical to test the waters with smaller vehicles such as coupes and four door hatchback or crossover EVs that have 100-150 mile range; specifically meant for a daily charge and the daily commute?

    Get that price down to ~$20k or better (the coupe would obviously be more expensive, but if the interior is nice then there would be a market for it) and there are plenty of people in urban and suburban communities that would be potential buyers.

    At that point the market focus would shift its eyes to town and county distances while the science then receives real life data, time, and money to use and increase efficiency before trying to go for the long distances.

    Sorry to talk your ear off, but the topic is interesting ✌️😬

  • chemicalhap
    September 23, 2020

    A complete process change from sourcing to production and removing space and machinery constraints? This makes it faster, cheaper and increases the ease of production. While also producing a more energy dense product? Slightly skeptical of their timeline but cool nevertheless.

  • KinderTubeHD
    September 23, 2020

    VTOL no more

  • Malcolm Mutambanengwe
    September 23, 2020

    Elon loves electrons and electrons love Elon 😉

  • Temujin Jackson
    September 23, 2020

    Meanwhile, the AMOUNT of LITHIUM required to FUEL the PLANET is IMPOSSIBLE to SUSTAIN

    10% of HUMANS are exceptionally intelligent,
    the REST of YOU ARE MORONS ASKING TO BE TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF

  • Rick James
    September 23, 2020

    Remember 4 years ago when Musky Man said we'd have affordable electric cars by now that cost around 35,000

  • Michael Budd
    September 23, 2020

    That’s some serious innovation. The earth friendly stuff is definitely my favorite

  • Jack Back
    September 23, 2020

    "a car that propels" you say? CoughNikolaLOLcough 😀

  • Vincent Joyce
    September 23, 2020

    Elon’s gettin chubby.

  • hfe18
    September 23, 2020

    Can't imagine the engineers working on it,from scratch to simulations and implementation, innovation indeed.

  • limpunsing22
    September 23, 2020

    Maybe Musk is a talker but he's a true visionary & achiever America should proud of him

  • Hemi Muscle
    September 23, 2020

    99% of people have no idea what he's talking about 🤷‍♂️ But it seems cool👍

  • Jferrari427
    September 23, 2020

    “$25,000 Tesla” = $40,000 in reality when you’re buying/customizing this thing. The first true $25k all in EV will win the EV race.

  • Darkjedi351
    September 23, 2020

    We need to build the machines that make the machines. Judgment day is coming!

  • Not You
    September 23, 2020

    When did fat John Travolta start running Tesla?

  • roguedogx
    September 23, 2020

    6:50 doesn't that massively drive up the costly materials used?

  • Joel Appenzeller
    September 23, 2020

    The amount of rare earth metals you would need to make that many batteries is so large it’s impossible to assess the environmental damage this would cause. So once we get to this mythical all electric future we will be living in a hellscape or I should say the third world will once we’ve raped them of all their resources to make them.

  • Kongolox
    September 24, 2020

    i dont think we have enough cobalt/lithium to cover such massive transition…..

  • Timothy Weed
    September 24, 2020

    It almost felt like high school kids giving their final project

  • MSI2k
    September 29, 2020

    Wait… are the fanboys sitting in tesla cars and honking instead of applause?

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