Tesla has a heck of a plan to turn kids into Tesla fans when they’re young, Summon gets a few more useful new features, and much more.
Also, are you planning on buying a Tesla? Visit http://ts.la/peter6387 to get a $1,200 credit towards a home charging installation. Die-hard listener Peter from Denmark has promised to give me the Model X if he wins it in the random referral drawing, which he'll be entered into if you buy a Tesla (the link will work anywhere in the world) using the above referral link!
Also, let's get some more calls on the Ride the Lightning hotline! Leave a message anytime with a question, comment, or discussion topic for next week's show. The toll-free number to call or Skype is 1-888-989-8752.
Finally! Model 3 reservation details are here! I talk about how Signature Red paint could still happen even without Signature series cars, Model S's amazing dominance in its category, the expected disappearance of the 85kWh battery pack option in the United States, and much more!
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Elon cancels a customer’s Model X order, but there’s more to the story than you think. Plus: Tesla challenges Michigan, how much of Model 3 we’ll see in March gets debated, and more.
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Tesla quietly discontinues a battery option in Canada and the rest of the world may be next, apps may finally be coming to your Tesla in a way you didn’t expect, and more.
Got a question, comment, or discussion topic for the show? Leave a message on the Ride the Lightning hotline anytime! The toll-free number to call or Skype is 1-888-989-8752.
Tesla calls their lawyers to defend themselves against a supplier who couldn’t deliver the Model X’s falcon-wing doors, a new Consumer Reports survey names the most satisfying commuter cars (I’ll bet you can guess which car is #1), and much more.
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Elon Musk makes a bold prediction about the future of Tesla’s new Summon feature, the US government wants to be ready for self-driving cars, and Elon comments on Apple’s electric car efforts.
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Faraday Future and Chevy show off their electric cars at CES, Model S now pulls into and out of your garage by itself, and much more.
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More Model X cars start showing up in customers’ driveways, rumors persist about a Model S facelift, Elon Musk says Autopilot could get a serious upgrade within two years, and more!
Model X Signature deliveries have finally begun, I got my hands on a Model X for a brief moment, Elon Musk rebukes an Autopilot article, and more.
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Tesla adds a Launch Mode to try and make the Model S even a hair quicker off the line, Autopilot gets nerfed a bit, Tesla’s got a great holiday gift for iPhone owners, and more. Plus: new (non-metal) theme and bumper music, and your calls from the Ride the Lightning Hotline.
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Tesla quietly moves into the Middle East, the company is skipping a major auto show, and if you’re a great software coder I’ll tell you how you can meet Elon Musk. Plus: a few thoughts on the leaked images of the production-intended look of the Chevy Bolt.
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Model X pricing info is revealed – including a secret Easter egg option I’ll tell you how to get. Plus: dealers hate selling EVs, and your calls from the Ride the Lightning hotline.
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A few details slip out about the potentially slippery Model 3 (aerodynamically speaking), a hint at what the Model 3 might look like, Tesla issues a voluntary recall on ALL Model S cars, and much more.
What features do you want in your Model 3? Base model? Bigger battery? Max performance? What Model S/X features do you want to see offered on the 3? Call anytime, toll-free, at 1-888-989-TSLA (8752) and you might be featured on the show!
A brilliant profile about Elon Musk is a must-read, a Model S owner racks up HOW MANY referrals, Elon equates car accidents to swimming, and more.
Also, call or Skype into the show and leave a message anytime, toll-free, at 1-888-989-8752. This week's question is, "What features do you want to see on the Model 3?"
A busy Q3 earnings report bring plenty of news, the Model S referral program gets renewed with a new prize up for grabs, Gigafactory gets closer to being operational, an owner has *fun* tracking her stolen Tesla with the car’s app, and more.
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Autopilot saves an Uber driver from a moron, Model S saves a family from a falling tree, the P90D Ludicrous dazzles Motor Trend, and more.
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Here's a link to photos of the tree that fell on the Model S: http://www.teslamotorsclub.com/showthread.php/56122-Woman-and-child-saved-by-the-Model-S-in-a-landslide
Here's a link to the video of Autopilot saving the Uber driver: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9X-5fKzmy38
Consumer Reports lays the smack down on the Model S, Autopilot gets set to evolve, Stephen Colbert makes TV love to Tesla, Elon tweets a bunch of little nuggets, and much more.
And be sure to call or Skype into the show anytime, toll-free, at 1-888-989-TSLA with your Tesla question or comment!
An Autopilot report from the field, two trespassing journalists go insane at the Gigafactory, Model X vanity license plate ideas, and more!
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Model X FUD from Wall Street and the media, Autopilot is finally imminent, I take a few of your phone calls, Model S isn’t changing anytime soon, Model X gets a base price, and more!
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Watch Casey Spencer's 85D track run video here: https://youtu.be/hOj54sRI65k
I was at Tesla's Model X reveal event! Hear my reactions, and listen to Elon's entire presentation. Then I break down what I saw. Plus: Elon tweets a couple of bombshells, including the revelation that falcon-wing doors will return on either Model 3 or its crossover cousin.
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More (and unexpected) Model X seating news, P85D owners get Ludicrous, Tesla opens a new factory in Europe, and more. Plus: I'll be at the Model X reveal event this week!
Porsche throws its hat in the EV game...maybe kinda sorta, a Model S shatters the furthest-distance-traveled-on-a-single-charge record (again), the Model X seat mystery is partially solved, a couple of your phone calls from the voice mailbox, and more.
The Roadster’s new battery pack is finally on its way, Los Angeles makes a huge EV investment (including a P85D squad car!), Elon Musk is one of Stephen Colbert’s first guests on The Late Show, and more.
The moment many have been waiting for since 2012: the Model X Design Studio finally opens! Plus: Elon Musk drops a crumb of Model 3 news and one of the world’s biggest celebrities becomes a Model S owner. Got a question or discussion topic for the show? Call into the voice mailbox anytime, toll-free, at 1-800-606-0697 and choose invitation number 15469.
This week on the world's #1 Tesla podcast: Tesla adds another high-profile award to its Model S trophy case, a Tesla superfan (not me) breaks the world record for furthest distance traveled on a single charge in an electric vehicle, Elon Musk heads to late night television, and I take your phone calls. If you'd like to call into the show, the toll-free number is 1-800-606-0697, invitation number 15469.
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