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Does a Tesla Live Up To The Hype?



In some ways, yes, but Roadshow’s editors lay out some risks you’ll want to consider before you buy a Tesla for the long term.

For more go to  https://www.cnet.com/news/what-makes-tesla-the-best-electric-car-so-far/

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  • Cheryl Polk
    December 28, 2020

    NO

  • Carlos Gonzalez
    December 28, 2020

    FYI wipers have a physical button on the left indicator stock in the Tesla

  • VARider
    December 28, 2020

    Love you are talking about Tesla as a car company. Don't ignore that the future of Tesla are not cars though. The company will become the world leader in energy systems; home systems will be where Tesla become known for come 2025.

  • Jon Von Neumann
    December 28, 2020

    Tesla is and ALWAYS WAS (since that EV documentary) propped up by RICH PEOPLE (who dont actually care about the environment. That is merely a TROJAN HORSE for stupid LEFT LEANING PEOPLE)

    Tesla itself is not an amzing force, but the SHEER AMOUNT OF MONEY BEHIND IT IS.
    Their REIGN as an EMPTY PROPPED up company (using century old technology) will continue for at one more decade.

  • Liz S
    December 28, 2020

    Why you wouldn’t want to have the greatest innovator of our lifetime and likely one of the best marketers as well run your company is beyond me. He has steered the one and only new auto makers that has survived in over 100+ years. Really?

  • Neojhun
    December 28, 2020

    There is false narrative here about Reliability. Furnishing Build Quality does not dictate Reliability The track record mileage data show Tesla have excellent reliability track records. Even when used for Commercial & Taxi purpose way beyond private cars. The days of 18650 Model S & X owners going through multiple batteries is over, on 2170 generation cars probability of battery replacement is crazy low. Track records which the German manufactures like Audi simply can not compete. Big 3 German groups reliablity infamously gotten worse in modern era. This was not single comment, multiple times this narrative was stated.

  • The Man
    December 28, 2020

    Tesla is the best car ever. In lord and savior Musk we trust.
    Like if you agree.

  • Kenneth Møllen
    December 28, 2020

    Kick him of Twitter… Sorry to say it, but your not the smartest. Because the boss is on Twitter etc, THATS WHY WE LOVE HIM. He is one of people, not a CEO just sitting in his office and in meetings.

  • Steven R.
    December 28, 2020

    Glad to see everyone back.

  • Mark James
    December 28, 2020

    The truck is a joke? I’ll be laughing all the way to the bank.

  • Sujeet Purane
    December 28, 2020

    Who's here for Cooley 👍

  • MWJ
    December 28, 2020

    The Mach E is a perfect example of not doing things the Tesla way. Volume knob and a instrument panel

  • Madan Senapati
    December 28, 2020

    These people can talk bs for hours and still not get the point that this is all about sustainable energy and reducing global warming thats why people love tesla. That there is a company which is truly trying and succeeding at making ev cool and appealing and making this transition go faster. Thats the hype and its real and no one can stop it.

  • QuietStormX
    December 28, 2020

    For Me Tesls is all just the hype. I'm not into EV sedans and I like Style with Tech and in EV's I don't watch or notice Tesla EV's. I look at Porsche and VW and GM when looking at EV's of maybe inserest in and out. I'm not into Tesla Style in or out. I'm not into all screen for functions you tap through as driving, eyes off the road. No Dash you can look foward and down quckly in Teslas. ;-(

  • Hintonbro
    December 28, 2020

    More of these Roadshow discussions please

  • acchaladka
    December 28, 2020

    When the PC market was getting going, it was Commodore, TI, IBM and Atari which were best positioned – Apple was pretty late to the market. That they survived at all is kind of amazing.

    I'm sure Tesla will survive and i love mine but for the same money we would be interested in a Volvo electric wagon for our family.

  • The_Notorious_9
    December 28, 2020

    I wonder why Emme isn't on this show hahaha

  • moebees
    December 28, 2020

    I can see that you guess are still behind and still clueless.

  • MrOldandslow
    December 28, 2020

    How does a technology reporting company like Cnet have reporters (except Brian) with such awful internet providers and microphones as used here? And, Brian get a better light to light your face..not a ring light that we see in your glasses. I love the show! 🙂

  • Aaron Gossage
    December 28, 2020

    Interiors are boring and ugly. Can't ignore the poor build quality. I would get a Mach-E, if I were to go electric.

  • Mario Dalla Riva
    December 28, 2020

    Teslas are impressive.
    They'd be even more impressive if they would get the simple stuff nailed like fit and finish, quality control and some aspects of service improved.
    The performance, tech, HV battery/Superchargers and drivetrain are simply amazing.

  • carboncitizens
    December 28, 2020

    We release Copyright Free Music every Sunday & Wednesday for all content creators to use!

  • usaverageguy
    December 28, 2020

    I drive a Chevy Bolt. Not a Tesla. Why? For the same reason I drove a Focus instead of a Porsche. I could care less about speed, or technology. I need a solid form of transportation. Anything else is a waste. And I like knobs and buttons.

  • Anji Gadagottu
    December 28, 2020

    Any one talks about competition, they aren’t doing enough research.

  • Steve Taylor
    December 28, 2020

    Thanks for this discussion guys. I think it was mostly fair, but I wish some emphasis was put on Tesla's parts and service problems. Tesla owners are going without their cars for months, for just 'fender bender' body damage. There's evidence also that the company needs to build a viable parts network… One that will meet the needs of repair garages and do-it-yourselfers. Simple repairs on a Tesla vehicle can be a stroke inducing experience without a solid (and accommodating) parts system. Improvements in these areas will certainly help the ownership experience of their products.

  • Kenz300 x
    December 28, 2020

    Cooley is great !

  • Niall O'Toole
    December 28, 2020

    Well balanced. Expect nothing else from Cooley though. Love his videos.

  • Kenz300 x
    December 28, 2020

    Tesla is leading the way to a more sustainable future.
    Legacy auto makers are bringing dragged along kicking and screaming. They are now scrambling as Tesla takes market share from them.

  • Kenz300 x
    December 28, 2020

    Electric vehicles are just better. No noise, no emissions, less fuel costs, less maintenance costs.
    Gasoline and diesel are OLD polluting technology. So last century.
    Electric cars, electric trucks, electric buses, electric trash haulers, electric snow blowers, electric lawn mowers, electric snow mobiles, electric water craft, electric garden tools, electric mechanic tools, electric motor cycles, electric bicycles, electric scooters, electric farm tractors, electric construction equipment, electric delivery vehicles, …… everything is going electric. No worries about starting after sitting for a few months. Gas always needs repairs.

  • bossadave
    December 28, 2020

    I can see a lot of companies getting burnt on high expectations for electric vehicles.

  • Roger Cowles
    December 28, 2020

    @6:20 GM's Ultium battery pack is a good start for GM but the cell to module to pack architecture GM has shown is where Tesla is now but Tesla have stated, at Battery Day, that with the new 4680 cells and their proposed cell to structure architecture they are moving ahead and by taking out some of the module cost overheads they could be far more cost competitive. Whether Tesla can deliver on this promise remains to be seen but with Model Y being produced earlier than initially planned Tesla has shown that Elon Time isn't always a thing, but the new cells are a radical advance so there may be more risk that could throw off the schedule.

  • Kenz300 x
    December 28, 2020

    Most people that own an electric vehicle charge it at home or work 90% of the time.
    More employers need to add level 2 chargers to their parking area for employes and customers.

  • Roger Cowles
    December 28, 2020

    Cybertruck windows breaking, Tesla stated that when they whaled on the door with a sledgehammer first in the demo that fractured the base of the window glass which weakened them enough that the steel ball was able to crack the windows later. Unless Franz is actually Skeletor and threw those balls wicked fast? (For those that watched the HotWheels Cybertruck RC video)

  • Andrew
    December 28, 2020

    I rather have an eTron over a Tesla.

  • Tyler
    December 28, 2020

    I love my Tesla. The hype Is real.

  • PoolBoy
    December 28, 2020

    If Tesla grew some testies and got rid of their stupid Fart Button and replace it with better build quality and apple car play.

  • Graham Quigley
    December 28, 2020

    Loving this conversation. More of this please. Each of you has so much to say, in an engaging way 🤙

  • BryceLovesTech
    December 29, 2020

    I bought a 2013 Tesla model S P85+ for $28K. Incredible car for the money

  • Gus Levy
    December 29, 2020

    A few pts:

    1) Tesla is past the inflection pt in their growth curve. They have a clear lead in a paradigm shifting industry based on technology and software. The constant babble about a “Tesla killer” is nonsensical now…the reality is that Tesla will likely maintain a consistent percentage of the EV market, the task for competitors is not to dethrone Tesla – their job is to move along with Tesla and capture some of the large EV market share.

    2) Tesla won’t be out-engineered nor beaten in the software game any time soon. The competition is simply bringing a knife to a gun fight here – if Boeing can’t compete with Spacex on engineering, who on Earth can GM beat Tesla at it.

    3) Tesla is beyond the auto market at this point. They are in a race for autonomous software, power generation, energy storage and energy market software. We are at the infant stage of weaning away from the crazy world of burning carbon and other fuels to power our civilizations…carbon neutral power, efficient storage and computer driven allocation of excess energy will be our future as a species.

  • James Jones
    December 29, 2020

    I take my 2018 MS 75D to Atlanta from Jacksonville. I can stop at the Supercharger in Tifton, 140 miles away, and eat lunch at Panera's. Without a Supercharger network, you've got a town car. Autopilot is amazing, good data shows it drives safer than your average American (not saying much perhaps). Also they have voice control that can control functions, you need buttons.

  • Raphy Martinez
    December 29, 2020

    If people would understand that there isn’t a single thing that makes Tesla special. There really isn’t I swear (I drive a Performance Model 3). It’s a bunch of little things together that delight the owner every day. You can’t duplicate that just by making batteries that are just as good or by adding big screens to the inside. You can’t out Apple Apple and you can’t out Tesla Tesla, it’s that simple.

  • RJ 8U
    December 29, 2020

    Tesla killer is a mynth just like a Unicorn. The so called Tesla killer from Ford, GM, VW, Fiat, Toyota, Hyundai will be a foot note in transportations history in 5yrs. Only one of this company will survived and it's not GM, Ford, Toyota and Hyundai. Case in point look at Ford best engineers can't even compete on range and battery capacity for March E and Tesla MODEL Y 😄🙈.

  • Miguel gallardo
    December 29, 2020

    I want a Tesla so much !!! But I also want a car that works and is reliable. Call me old fashioned but a car is not a cell phone that you replace every year. Tesla’s inferior build quality makes it hard to buy from them. Let’s be serious! ITS A CAR! A CAR!!!! It should be built so the actual roof of the car does not fly off on the drive home! (Look it up). Tesla is overblown. I want an electric car but I also want a car that just works!

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