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Tesla Motors enthusiasts looking for a show about the latest news and analysis on the all-electric high-performance vehicle company need look no further. Ride the Lightning: Tesla Motors Unofficial Podcast is a weekly show made for Tesla fans and owners by Tesla community veteran Ryan McCaffrey. Each week we'll cover everything happening with the Model 3, Cybertruck, Model S, Model X, Model Y, Gigafactory, and more!
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Jan 14, 2018

Some brand-new Model 3 owners are not happy about an uncommunicated change to the Model 3’s premium interior package, Elon has big plans for at least one LA Supercharger, the next-gen Roadster goes out for a public spin, and more!

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2 Comments
  • almost two years ago
    Brad
    I fully agree that Tesla's handling of this change sucks and they've lost credibility in my view. That being said, the new textile liner looks very similar to what Mercedes uses in the current C-class, which appears premium in those cars.
  • almost two years ago
    Shawn
    Did Tesla hire Bob Lutz to run their marketing? I feel the same way regarding the Model 3 headliner change. Tesla's response makes no sense and is so unlike them, such marketing spin. My guess is they changed due to a supplier issue or perhaps to help improve margins. I really hope Tesla fixes this soon. Keep up the great podcast!
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