Tesla is 'very close' to level 5 autonomous tech – Musk – paultan.org

Tesla is “very close” to achieving Level 5 autonomous driving tech, the electric vehicle specialist’s CEO Elon Musk said yesterday, reported by Reuters. “I’m extremely confident that Level 5 or essentially complete autonomy will happen and I think will happen very quickly. I remain confident that we will have the basic functionality for Level 5 autonomy complete this year,” he […]

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Amazing Tesla Model Y Performance Dyno Test Results: Over 500HP!

That’s 22 more HP than the rating. MountainPass Performance recently put a 2020 Tesla Model Y Performance on the dyno in their shop in Canada and recorded a surprising 502 peak horsepower.  It’s surprising because they previously put a Model 3 performance on the same dyno (after the 5% power boost that Tesla made in an OTA upgrade) and it made […]

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Tesla Reportedly Increases Max Battery Size To Hefty 205 kWh In Software

Tesla continues to use software and software updates to race ahead of the competition. According to a recent report in Vehicle Suggest, which is based on information from a video produced by Tesla owner, fan, and YouTube influencer Bjørn Nyland, Tesla has increased its maximum battery pack size to a whopping 205 kWh in software. Following a recent software update (2020.20.12), Nyland […]

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Trade In A Tesla Model X For A Model Y: Why And What's The Cost?

This may be the first we’ve heard of someone trading in their Model X for a Model Y. Does it make sense? The team over at The Fast Lane Car has certainly created a storied Tesla history in a very short time. We’re talking about a publication with multiple YouTube channels that were previously dedicated to gas cars, and especially trucks […]

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Tesla Model Y Heavy Cargo Load And Stress Test

When you buy an SUV, you hope it will haul a heavy load when necessary. Erik Strait (DAErik) stresses out his Tesla. Actually, Strait and some viewers are probably way more stressed out than the  Tesla Model Y as he puts it to the test by loading the trunk up with 1,000 pounds of tile. While this shouldn’t really be an issue for the crossover, […]

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How Many Cars Will Tesla Deliver In Q2 2020? Predictions Are Looking Up

Can the automaker at least beat Wall Street’s consensus of a 25% year-over-year decline? If you follow Tesla, you may understand how it handles its vehicle deliveries. In a nutshell, the electric automaker pushes hard globally at the beginning of the quarter. As the quarter moves forward, the shift to domestic deliveries increases. In the final month, and especially the […]

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Tesla Cybertruck Features, Specs and Cost Compared to Ram 1500 Laramie

The Ram doesn’t fare well in this in-depth comparison We found this interesting Tesla Cybertruck and Dodge Ram 1500 Laramie comparison video and thought the InsideEVs community would appreciate it. The video is made by the Cybertruck Truck Guy YouTube channel, which we’ve referenced before because the host really knows his pickup trucks.  The channel’s host is a self-proclaimed “truck guy” […]

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2020 Tesla Model Y Long Range First Drive

Meet Jim and Dorothy Average. They’re the Average household. He’s 5-foot-9. She’s 5-foot-4. They have 1.9 kids (daughter Emma is of the opinion that younger brother, Liam, is the 0.9), and they live in Lebanon, Kansas, the geographic center of the country. They spent the national average of $38,000 for a nicely featured version of their mainstream compact SUV. Although […]

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