25 thoughts on “Tesla Automobiles Global Vehicle Display Adventure: Elon Musk makes look and does Q&A With the house owners!”

  1. Battery swap for commercial use does make the most sense and many have
    predicted this was the reason for Tesla pursuing it.

  2. Great video, Kman! Do you have the part around 10:59 somewhere? It’s cut
    out somehow. This is where he starts to talk about improvements in battery
    technology, which I am very very interested in. Better batteries will
    enable cheaper cars, more range, faster charging etc.

  3. Battery swap for commercial use does make the most sense and many have
    predicted this was the reason for Tesla pursuing it.

  4. 3 Vertical bars sounds cool, and a raspberry for whoever got the Model E
    trademark. Like the E in Tesla, but with an imaginary vertical bar on the
    right of the 3 horizontal bars instead of the left. A dyslexic E.
    Difficult to typeset that, though.

  5. So, did you get a picture with him? Or, was that somebody else? There
    seemed to be a lot of commotion there at the end. People seemed to swamp
    Elon. I wish I could purchase a Tesla but they are just too far out of
    reach for me. I’m not rich, so I’ll have to settle for my 14′ Nissan Leaf.
    I do love my Leaf, but I somewhat miss highway driving. Here in Toledo,
    Ohio there aren’t any DCFC CHAdeMO stations, so it would be hard for me to
    get out of the city via expressway. High speeds eat up my range too much. 

  6. I wish you would have asked him about swapping different size batteries;
    i.e. A 60kw to an 85kw. 

  7. Before you can swap battery packs on a truck, you need to have a truck that
    runs on a Tesla battery pack. It will be a while.

    Surprisingly good audio of Elon’s informal Q&A. 

  8. Battery swap for commercial use does make the most sense and many have
    predicted this was the reason for Tesla pursuing it.

  9. I think it would be interesting if they put intels New chip curie or
    nvidias new x1 in model 3 lol. It’d be pretty neat to see those super chips
    in there. I.m.o anyway 

  10. Great coverage – had no idea that you were going to be there maybe I missed
    that mentioning of your posts?
    There is a great push and the game of catch up of the auto industry and the
    game of tag w/ the oil/gas/coal industry as well as the utility companies…
    I would peg the ending days (years) of the fossil resources of the change
    over to other sustainable energy technologies…

  11. Great to see that you finally met “Uncle Elon”! Anything important said
    during that short part that you missed according to the “beer incident” ?
    :)

  12. Electric Cars Growing In Popularity In China.

    Charging infrastructure for the electric cars will be the challenge in
    China, but nothing is out of reach for the existing technology. Investments
    and government push in “War Against Pollution” will turn the tide. Better
    electric cars are coming on the streets. Tesla Model III and GM Volt will
    launch the mass market for EVs. LG Chem is building its Lithium Megafactory
    to meet to rising demand and Foxconn – manufacturer of iPhones – invests in
    electric cars in China. Next step in action now is to secure the supply of
    strategic commodities for this rEvolution – Lithium and REE.

    http://kirillklip.blogspot.co.uk/2015/01/electric-cars-growing-in-popularity-in.html#
    

  13. its good to hear model 3 will be a more radical, not simply a smaller model
    3. If they went for smaller model 3, there will be many ppl who will simply
    coin model 3 as the cheaper model s

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