Goes live in 30 bings.Stream: https://livestream.tesla.com
all I want is the compact Tesla hatchback ahhhh
>>24199843https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_x_fh9b8EASomeone's livestreaming on the location now.
What stupid shit do you think Elon will say tonight? Getting comfy.
>>24199917I dont care about any of the current models tbqh. Need more cybertruck/battery update.
>>24199917something about,orders of magnitude full autonomy in X monthslidar being shitefull scale production is hard all of the normal elon Tesla things ya know but suspiciously nothing about semi
>>24199935>he still thinks the cybertruck is going to get releasedOh you poor soul.
>>24199917>he didn't get the white interior bro that's the one mandatory Tesla option>>24199944my dorky collage Econ professor is getting one. my gunnut big trucc cowboy friend is getting one. there is huge demand among a wide range of people
>>24199955Nah fuck that shit.
>>24199963As opposed to black where you sit on filth without knowing it, and it’s harder to clean? I suppose
>>24199971Maybe don't shit your pants? Also how is it harder to clean?
Why is the /g/ thread more active than the /o/ thread? Why would there even be a /g/ thread about a car anyways?
>>24200014because Tesla is literally the Apple of cars and /g/ is infested with iToddlers
>>24200040Finally Jesus. 30 minute delay
>>24200067When Apple releases their electric car what will their car be the car of?
>>2419991711hr remaining at 73% charge? 110V or just trickle to 95% or something?
>>24200014what g thread
>>24200129Yea just bought the car, waiting on the 240v.
>>24200141There's no dryer socket in your home?
>>24200141110v is 5 miles per hour BTW.
>>24200151Couldn’t close the door and I have AC on.
>>24200141oh nice. what did it replace / supplementing? any surprises so far?>>24200151probably not in his garage. my old house was like that, laundry room was completely separate
>>24200121Tesla has never been the Apple of cars. It only looks that way because the car industry is so slow to adapt.Their cars run GNU/Linux, and they operate like a Linux company.Ahead of everything else.Still has rough edges.Only for enthusiasts.When the Apple of cars comes along you'll know it because they'll make Tesla look clunky by comparison, and people will be amazed at how open Tesla actually was.
>>24200161>>24200162Get a splitter + extension cable?
>>24200162Replaced a Lexus IS. Only surprises is I have a huge rock chip in day 3. Bought some touch up paint, hopefully it hides it well.
>>24200166I’m fine with 110v, tomorrow it would be full.
>>24200153In the summer on a Model 3 yeah, when I got mine it was winter and I was getting more like 2-3.It still works if you're not driving much but you really want to have a 30amp or 50amp outlet simply because the longer the car takes to charge the more overhead there is.
>>24199843>hammerAre they gonna try the cybertruck window again
LIVE LIVE LIVE
omg did he bring a sledgehammer?? i understand that reference!
>best car but that isn't a fiat panda
even in terms of wub wub music this is terrible
he drove it wow
that's a lot of brake rotor.
Elon isn't very good at this public speaking thing eh?
the most cuckest cars?
>>24200198Tesla’s musical theme has always been cyberpunk.>>24200165I mean Elon was what Applefags flocked to fulfill the emptiness left behind when their conman died.
>>24200209This your first time?
>>24200209he's been like this forever lol
>no production car has ever done 0-60 in under 2 seconds
>>24200219that guy was either a crew member doing it to get a clippable moment or the saddest person I've ever heard
>>24200179How are you liking the M3?
Neat, still a single speed rotor.
>9 second car needs a parachute to stopHow would Elon suggest stopping this thing?
187 miles in 15 minutes would imply average charging speed of about 223kW, which likely means a peak speed over 250kW implying the rumors about a software update for the v3 chargers were true.
>we needed better electric motors for the flaps on Starship so we built this car with them too
>>24200228Have had it for a few years now and really like it. Best car I've ever had a chance to drive, and that's a list of quite a few decent German and Japanese cars over the last 30 years.
>>24200263>based on internal dataim gay for tesla too, but never trust "internal data"
geocoded auto shifting terrifying
>>24200273If you exclude the latest Plaid, the next 5 safest vehicle ever tested by NHSTA are still Tesla.
>>24200273for the 2021 plaid. other columns are actual gov testing
>>24200233Its dual motors in one housing, so there's likely a second motor that's hooked to the first with a reduction gear. We'll know more when Sandy Munro tears one apart.So much for the hopes for independent motors driving each rear wheel.
>>24200275It's a 5000 lbs self-propelled datamining device, basically.
>>24200279oh. nvm. i hate asterisks.
16 TIMES THE DETAIL
>>24200264I mean I loved my IS350 and I am surprised by its resale value/overall reliability. But I also had an IS250 before that. It wasn't much of an upgrade from that, the Y I feel is a huge upgrade. I love not having to ever go to the gas station. Can Lexus win me back? Maybe, but there was so many things I hated they would need to do a lot of things to win me back. The Auto industry is stagnant and built around incremental upgrades. One of the best thing Tesla ever done was forced them to actually innovate.
no 144hz? what a crappy car
>that power curveje-sus fucking christ
>>24200233Was wondering how the power curve would be like, since the older Teslas peak out at higher speeds. Now the power curve is perfect.
no one more thing? fuck
>>24200314>Nearly 1000hp at 200MPHUhhh, drag bros... I'm scared.
>Roadster delivery event two years from now>"The acceleration in launch mode is guaranteed to kill you, but don't worry because the car will bring your corpse where you were planning to go"
anyone have a yt stream of someone testing it rn
>>24200315These delivery events often are short and sweet. A bit unexpected we didn't see any performance videos, but Jay Leno may have first broadcast rights for them.
>never everIt was bullshit anyways, the towing range coefficient especially on something with no torque converter will never be solved.
>>24200291Yeah, can't see ever owning an ICE daily again, and if Tesla can bring some of these plaid improvements down to a more attainable sporty 2+2 or two seater they'd probably take the weekend spot for me as well.Just a question of what comes first, a more affordable Tesla sports car as the true successor to the OG Roadster, or the electric 718.
>>24200356I kinda want an electric bike now, the instant torque should be fun as fuck.
uh Elon's 0-60 run came out to 3.045s for me doing frame advance.
Fuck. Why can't Tesla make a motorcycle?Imagine a 500 hp to 200 mph bike.
>>24200397Elon's orders.He almost died in a motorcycle accident when he was a kid. since then, he's sworn off approving any at Tesla
>>24200397>>24200365That company that Keanu owns is make an electric one, I'm sure he had some input from Elon since they became friends when he was doing CP77.
>>24200397Cant be safest vehicle anymore. Riding a bike has 20x more risk of death than riding a car.
>>24200326Yeah and I think they said you can repeat this over/over again too. Lot of improvements over current Model S.
>>24200429The older S had no room for a battery cooler or a cooling pipe structures like the Y and 3.
>Quickest 1/4 for a production car Rimac beat ya
>>24200447Not a production car. Also $2.5 million USD
>>24200447thought that was like 9.2
>>24200397There are modded Hayabusas that can do much higher than 200
>>24200453>not a production carAlright Elon, get yer facts straight
>>242004558.6 claimed by Rimac
https://mobile.twitter.com/Erdayastronaut/status/14032124475577139200-60 in 2 sec0-100 in 4 secWith 4 adults.
>>242006152.74 someone measured
>>24199940I have a semi
>>24200615>>24200797https://youtu.be/S4KmRZ28hdw?t=544this will no way do 1.99, hence the asterisk behind the claim on teslas website. classic elon.
>>24200397Less battery space maybe?
>>24200447Its not actually in production yet, and once it is Tesla can just change the claim for the Model S Plaid to be 'fastest 0-60 for a 4 door car'
>>24201205No the asterisk is there because they used the standard timing scheme for it to be more accurate when comparing to other similar cars.You just have to look at the guys neck in the video when the driver punches it to know it was probably liability reasons that they didn't go even faster.
>>24200209He is Asperger
>>24200209He's always a sperg, thats why his SNL announcement wasn't a surprise to anyone who's seen him talk multiple times.
>>24200014Because we like real cars here, not your onions toys
>>24200397Their mission is robotaxies, which isn't going to happen on motorcycles.
>>24200014Because /o/ is for driving enthusiasts and Tesla is all about having computers do more and more of the driving for you, which is completely opposed to what we do here. Tesla have one trick that is appealing to anyone here, and that's the 0-60 thing.That all being said, I would totally daily a Tesla. Not a weekend car for me, though.
>>24201880>>24203439>trying to use the royal we to pretend you are in a special club >defining your personality based on products you don't like We (real /o/ users) don't want you here, fucking loser
>>24203465Kek, imagine being this butthurt over nothing.
>>24203439>Because /o/ is for poor kids
>>24200397It would weigh 1900 lbs
>>24203439Better stop posting if your car has EFI then.