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Ride the Lightning: Tesla Motors Unofficial Podcast

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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Apr 8, 2018

Tesla releases their Q1 delivery numbers and shows good progress on their production ramp while ultimately falling short of their projections. Plus: an update on the fatal Model X Autopilot crash, Elon Musk’s April Fool’s Day prank, and more!

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1 Comments
  • a year and a half ago
    Ron Bonham
    Ryan,
    Great podcast as ever.

    Had a thought regarding Elon’s mention of too much tech for the Model 3 - maybe he was referring to the machine that builds the machine? Maybe he meant their plan of completely automating the assembly line?
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