Elon Musk Had A Little Accident With Cybertruck (Video)

Tesla’s new automobile, Cybertruck, was not too long ago seen in Los Angeles. Elon Musk allegedly used a small accident with the automobile, folks’s …

Tesla’s new automobile, Cybertruck, was not too long ago seen in Los Angeles. Elon Musk allegedly used a small accident with the automobile, folks’s language on social media.

Tesla launched its new automobile Cybertruck in latest weeks. Whereas Cybertruck was not favored by some folks due to its design, some folks pre-ordered Cybertruck for the primary day. We’ll see Cybertruck on the highway in 2021. Nonetheless, the take a look at automobile is already on the highway.

Cybertruck was filmed final evening in Los Angeles. Elon Musk used Cybertruck to go to an opulent restaurant referred to as Nobu. Though Musk was speaking to somebody in entrance of the automobile when leaving the restaurant, it was not recognized precisely who was driving.

Extremely-powerful Cybertruck (!) Smashed the visitors cone

Cybertruck struck a cone as he stepped out of the luxurious restaurant’s car parking zone. Behind the unfold of the video of this little accident with Cybertruck, thought to have been utilized by Elon Musk, folks began joking about Cybertruck.

“The unhealthy visitors cone is torn by the uncooked energy of the metal triangular monster, Bir a Twitter person stated. One other Twitter person is kırma breaking a visitors cone to point out Cybertruck’s energy? I cherished it! ”

It appears that we are going to proceed to face such information and jokes till Cybertruck is launched. As soon as we begin seeing Cybertruck on the highway, we will’t even think about what the automobile will see.

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— GuruLeaks (@Guruleaks1) December 8, 2019

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Elon Musk wants to fix Tesla’s logistic issues by taking a page out of Amazon’s book

Elon Musk held a call with Tesla employees this week in which he emphasized that Tesla needs to move cars out of the factory faster in order to fix the …

Elon Musk held a call with Tesla employees this week in which he emphasized that Tesla needs to move cars out of the factory faster in order to fix the automaker’s logistic problems.

He made several comparisons to Amazon.

Tesla is not like other automakers in many ways.

One of those ways is that Tesla owns and operates all its own stores, service centers, and delivery centers without doing business with third-party franchise dealerships, like most other automakers.

This business model results in several obvious differences, but one of the least appreciated ones is that Tesla owns and is responsible for all its vehicles all the way until the customer takes delivery.

It creates more complex logistics problems for Tesla than other automakers who simply sell to dealerships who keep a lot of inventory on their lots.

Currently, Tesla’s custom-ordered vehicles often don’t move from the factory until they schedule a delivery date with the customer, which is not always as easy as you would think.

According to people on the call, Musk told employees this week that starting next quarter, Tesla will put the vehicles in transit right away and deliver them to local delivery centers for the customers to pick them up at their convenience.

Tesla is spending a lot of manhours trying to coordinate customer deliveries and it is backing up inventory at the Fremont factory.

Musk wants a constant flow of vehicles going to the end destinations and compare the logistics to Amazon.

The CEO said:

“Amazon would go bankrupt if they would have to wait for customers to be ready to take delivery before shipping.”

Interestingly, it’s also a financial problem since Tesla is investing all the money into building the vehicles and doesn’t get paid until the customer takes delivery.

Therefore, every day that the car is built and not in the hands of the customer, it’s a day that Tesla is several tens of thousands of dollars in the hole.

Musk has been emphasizing that delivering the vehicles faster to customers would greatly improve Tesla’s financials.

On a bigger scale, Tesla having production facilities closer to its customers basez would also have a big impact on reducing transit times.

That’s exactly what Tesla is trying to do with Gigafactory 3 in China and the company claims to be moving forward with a factory in Europe.

Electrek’s Take

According to people on the call, Elon was adamant about fixing Tesla’s logistics issues and he talked about Amazon as a good example of solid logistics.

It was a bold move for Tesla to build its sales, service, and distribution network around company-owned locations instead of franchise dealerships.

I think it paid off in many ways despite the fact that there are still some issues, including some sale bans in a few states, but I like that Tesla is still finding ways to optimize the business model like this and make selling electric vehicles a better and more profitable business in the long run.

Ultimately, it should be easier for customers who will have more availability to just go pick up their cars at Tesla delivery centers.

Amazon is an interesting comparison. It’s definitely an efficient company when it comes to logistics, but it is especially interesting with the context that Amazon has been itself looking into selling cars.


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Tesla Model S P100D+ On Nürburgring Industry-Pool Prototype

While many companies pay for ad space on their products, Elon Musk simply sends a few tweets and the media does it for him. Tesla is already …
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Published on September 14th, 2019 | by Johnna Crider

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September 14th, 2019 by Johnna Crider


In a video uploaded by TALEA Media, several high-performance vehicles are seen running laps on the Nürburgring, a 13-mile long German track, including both the Porsche Taycan and the Tesla Model S P100D+.

The Tesla, which can be seen at 2:28 into the video, speeds along the track almost quietly. The wheels are the loudest thing there, and this simply reflects just how quiet Tesla are in general. This scarlet beauty zooms along the track, twisting and turning from left turns into right turns, then gliding effortlessly down a straight path before easing into another left and eventually disappearing from the angle of the camera with barely a whisper of sound from the tires.

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Tesla Model S P100D+ on Nürburgring Industry-Pool Prototype

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— Vincent (@vincent13031925) September 13, 2019

The Tesla seems to be preparing for its ultimate race against the Porsche Taycan, which made its appearance at 5 minutes into the video. The American Tesla and German Porsche weren’t the only electric vehicles representing on the track at that time. A Mercedes EQC was also on the track at just over a minute into the video.

It’s great to have more electric vehicles on the track. Many people perceive electric cars as cute little things that don’t go fast (unless they’re from Tesla), so the idea of racing them is oddly refreshing and revives the auto industry as well as the market. It’s like bringing new life to an old room, so to speak.

While many people are hyped up about the coming race, let’s take a quick moment and reflect on why Tesla doesn’t need to buy ad space. This upcoming race on the Nürburgring track is highly publicized and provides the perfect opportunity to talk about future upgrade package options. While many companies pay for ad space on their products, Elon Musk simply sends a few tweets and the media does it for him.

Tesla is already winning. In challenging Tesla, both Audi and Porsche are actively promoting Tesla while referencing Tesla because the media is eating up the competition like it’s hot, fresh bread pudding with a side of homemade vanilla ice cream. (And when I say the media, I am using this term to include small blogs as well as car review sites such as Edmunds, which, in the tweet below, you can see is actually buying Twitter ads to promote Porsche while also mentioning — or taking shots at — Tesla.)

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— Neil Dunn (@NeilRDunn) September 10, 2019

The Upgrades

The upgrades mentioned in Elon’s tweets include the fact that the Model S on the Nürburgring track has 3 motors and Plaid Mode, which will soon be applied to the Model S and Model X, and will also reach the coming Roadster, but not the 3 or the Y.

Yes. To be clear, Plaid powertrain is about a year away from production & applies to S,X & Roadster, but not 3 or Y. Will cost more than our current offerings, but less than competitors.

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) September 12, 2019

I think this is a brilliant marketing move — take on Porsche at Nürburgring and see how many more people discover Tesla.


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Johnna Crider Johnna Crider is a Baton Rouge artist, gem and mineral collector, and Tesla shareholder who believes in Elon Musk and Tesla. Elon Musk advised her in 2018 to “Believe in Good.” Tesla is one of many good things to believe in. You can find Johnna on Twitter

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Elon Musk Teases November Release Of The Pickup Truck

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla has once again been up to his social media antics. In the past as well Musk has been known to use social media as an …

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla has once again been up to his social media antics. In the past as well Musk has been known to use social media as an effective tool to expand the base of his followers as well as give out news pertaining to the company as well as the products it is about to launch.

Once again, while replying to random tweets he dropped a major hint at when his next, an innovative pickup truck will be out in the market.

On Saturday, when a user of the social media platform Twitter tweeted to Elon Musk to ask about an update on the revelation of its pickup trucks, Musk replied by tweeting to him and saying that they will be out most probably by November.

Previously, Musk had given a hint at that the company will be revealing the pick-up truck which it calls ‘’Cyberpunk Truck’’ in the month of June however no such revelation took place in that month.

The plan for revealing it in the summer were in place till very recently, in fact in the annual shareholder meeting June, a teasing debut was made for the Cyberpunk Truck which offered a close up which was indistinct and showed what people speculated to be its LED running light along with the then promise of unveiling it in the summer.

In the same presentation Elon Musk had said that the Semi truck from Tesla will be arriving by the end of the year 2020 and also that the compact SUV of Tesla, the Model Y will be available too by the end of the year 2020.

About the pickup truck it said that it will be something similar to a sci-fi movie.

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Tesla claims Model S sets fastest four-door record at Laguna Seca

Share. Emmet Smith -618 seconds ago. Elon Musk hopes to break records with his new Plaid powertrain, and based on his claims, that could become …

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