24-Sen, 2020
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Sandy Munro shares his thoughts on Tesla's Battery Day and explains some of the Tesla tech and advances in battery and manufacturing. Contact Sandy at

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  • *Excellent* interview. You got a great guest and let him talk and give his own long answers. Some interviewers interrupt with small questions just to show how smart they are. You didn't. Thanks. So glad you landed Sandy - I love hearing that guy talk. I've been watching a lot of stuff since battery day, and even saw Sandy on Autoline's livestream, but he wasn't able to talk like this. I definitely learned some things here I didn't elsewhere.

    Don JonesDon Jones28 kun oldin
    • Regarding Sandy’s comment about a relative (i think) putting $1.50 of gas in the car, truthfully i remember my grandfather putting $0.25 gas in car = 1 gallon. This was around 1945-47. I think he did this a lot.

      Allan FrommAllan Fromm13 kun oldin
    • Yes, thanks for letting sandy talk

      UnderstandingUnderstanding22 kun oldin

      Drago dadadaDrago dadada26 kun oldin
    • Don Jones, This is Brillhant interview., him make great information for many People around the World , this is Great Information for we Together brokem the paradgmas araund the Word.. Welcome to Brazil Mr. Elon Musk and Gigafactory Tesla..

      lamb Brazil ZenHôôôCordeirolamb Brazil ZenHôôôCordeiro27 kun oldin
    • @Ivan Dobrev Good question. But, voltage can jump farther distances. Hmmm..thinking about a Jacob's Ladder Travelling Electric Arc right now.

      Douglas MarkDouglas Mark28 kun oldin
  • Great line, "We're making chemistry!

    Mike SczekanMike SczekanSoat oldin
  • in 5 years space travel is comon and a bounch of cars can drive autonmously. so WHAT, who cares!!!!! most people dont care whats going on in the neigbours falt next door and they live in a completely another world. by the way this stuff is still lightyears behind what we had in the 30s 40s and 50s. why why sandy didnt come up with something like this decades before

    Mehmet Zeki ÖztürkMehmet Zeki ÖztürkKun oldin
  • What does Sandy drive???

    grouponfulgrouponful2 kun oldin
  • He kind of lost me at Elon being a great Understater though TBH.

    Erik ReppenErik Reppen3 kun oldin
  • I was not aware that Tesla was only comprised of a 'He' here I was thinking the company employs thousands of people and 10's if not 100s of such people are responsible for the technical development of the company. People are so delusional they all need a He or God to follow. All hail Electric Jesus

    SFBSFB3 kun oldin
  • Sandy Munro is a nice guy who calls others' clowns'.. I call others total f... retards

    GiantArc SFORAGiantArc SFORA3 kun oldin
  • I like this video for several reasons, first because my father worked with and around automotive supply chains for the bulk of his career, and I am literally a DELCO baby, he finished his career at CTS corporation's Brownsville / Matamoros operation. I went on my first factory visits with him while he was at a division of Electrolux (Kent), including a major battery producer (Lead Acid/ large heady duty batteries to last entire 8 hour shifts for the floor cleaning machines).

    Brad AltemeyerBrad Altemeyer4 kun oldin
  • Using rectified 380 or 440 3 phase AC lands you in the 600 volt DC ball park without major problems. Using 800v will require more high power components, and waste energy or special transformers. The grid does not care what voltage you use its unrelated to the load Power = Volts times Amps. Anything above 100v is going to kill you anyway at the currents used in battery's or chargers. What is the current set up design used by Tesla for super chargers and what safety procedures are in place ?

    Larkhill21Larkhill214 kun oldin
  • This guy have Tesla shares?

    Publico JornasPublico Jornas4 kun oldin
  • Tesla's tabless battery has 3 patent citations against it. Time will tell whether it is workable or economically workable!

    Shaun RyanShaun Ryan5 kun oldin
  • To get more range add more batteries this is all that is actually going on.

    Shaun RyanShaun Ryan5 kun oldin
  • Coal powered cars in most of the world, doesn’t help, and even more F’ing interesting since Cali has rolling blackouts.

    Papi ParsonsPapi Parsons6 kun oldin
  • I like Sandy. People gave him some heat before but everything he said made sense to me. I value his judgment as a result and it’s sad too me that whatever circumstances resulted in the creation of someone like Sandy, they don’t seem to exist anymore... or at least not nearly so much. I’m much younger but I know old school honest people like Sandy are the best people. People like Sandy worth fighting for, when it really comes down to it, as a society and so circumstances got to change because things getting too weird. Also, being willing to show vulnerability emotionally is important to have a genuinely objective back and forth conversation in my opinion. Young people more and more are being socialised online and are taught to never show any because it leaves you wide open to abuse from anyone, from any where in the world. It’s all attack, attack, attack as a result and that’s a shame because objectivity requires some detachment from ones own subjectivity which, normally would come about in real life social situations by the practice of being reasonable to other people. It’s also very difficult or perhaps impossible to form deep connections with others and have true friendships while being unwilling to show some vulnerability. I think Sandy seems upset under the surface by how a certain demographic of the online community has treated him for some of the objective (IMO) things he said. This is a completely understandable and normal reaction for someone like Sandy. Bare in mind that the people who attacked Sandy are not, for the most part, willing to show any vulnerability and also that their subjectivity is far more dominant for them than it is for Sandy because of it. What this means, is that the objective truth matters to Sandy and has value in and of itself but this is not so for a lot of people who have spent a lot of their spare time during childhood online. This is due to a lack of accountability for their actions online, compounded by the extremely hostile environment that has resulted from it. My conclusion is that kids should be encouraged more to go outside, climb trees and socially interact with one another because then there’s real consequences and real accountability.

    ChrisChris6 kun oldin
  • You fool, sandy monroe destroyed you! Ha ha!

    Livingston LondonLivingston London7 kun oldin
  • 25:00 400, 800 volts? NOT an issue. Available POWER and the ability to use it effectively is the issue.

    jim Parrjim Parr7 kun oldin
  • Somebody promised a 1,000,000 mile battery and Tesla did not deliver. I am disappointed.

    Charlie DevineCharlie Devine7 kun oldin
  • Good evening. I randomly bought 955 shares today of CBAT because it was the only stock that was moving up from all the EV stocks I’m watching. I just had some surplus funds in my Robinhood and so I put it all to work. Then I saw the big jump and I started researching why. I couldn’t find anything anywhere....until I found this lonely random article dated 09/28/20: “CBAK Energy has Successfully Developed Large-sized Cylindrical Tabless Battery with 25% Boost in Energy Density and 20% Cost Saving”. What the?! Do you know what that means?! This is HUGE! As far as I know, Tesla is the only one that developed a tabless battery design. Googled around “tabless battery” and the only thing Google returns is about Tesla. On Tesla Battery Day all they talk about is their “tabless battery design” and how it is a game changer for them. Now I stumble across CBAK Energy doing the same?! Look into this for me and tell me where my thinking is wrong. According to the article, “CBAK Energy Technology, Inc. ("CBAK Energy",NASDAQ: CBAT), a world's leading lithium-ion battery provider” The worlds leading!!! Let me know what you think. Have a good night.

    Xavier CastroXavier Castro7 kun oldin
  • Sandy is intelligent but his statements are self serving. I find most Tesla fans are brainwashed. They make decent EV’s but they are they are not the optimum car just yet. Also, their styling is yuk!

    guitarman430guitarman4307 kun oldin
  • The exaggerated expectations were like a wish list to Santa Claus for me, in physics you can't do magic, we talk still about physics.

    brambobrambo11 kun oldin
  • Fifty percent reduction in battery weight is huge.

    Thomas DevineThomas Devine11 kun oldin
  • Ice age is over! Bring on the E's and bring back the trees!

    Mech HeadMech Head12 kun oldin
  • Bigger and less cells seems like a good idea, especially if a dud cell could be swapped. Making servicing a bit faster Also it think in theory the capacity wh/kg would be increased due to less weight in casing material per cell. With my limited knowledge of batteries , that's my guess.

    GhostDogg oGhostDogg o12 kun oldin
  • Meanwhile ICE engines are always getting better, body shells become lighter. No batteries, no recharging wait, fuel found everywhere. Tesla is good for people on very good wages, everyone else will use the ICE. The money dumped into tesla and share price is based on money they expect to make in 10 years time.

    Guy ReeceGuy Reece13 kun oldin
  • Sandy simple formula tells you that when you double the voltage you cut in half the amperage. Power = voltage x amps, for 40 kW motor your amperage will be 50 amps vs 100 amps for 400 volts So you are right!!! it is right direction, and I bet you semi will be using 800 volts system as the will need around 160 kW of power at 60 MPH, 200 AMPS current draw.

    greg baniakgreg baniak14 kun oldin
  • Sandy , there has been no tabless battery before so what are you talking about. Elon is the inventor of this design. Cooling the battery with tabs could not be done top and bottom!!

    greg baniakgreg baniak14 kun oldin
  • Sandy it is not only weigh and friction. You have the following factors to deal with ; WEIGHT, ROLLING RESISTANCE, DRAG COEFFECINET AND FRONTAL AREA.

    greg baniakgreg baniak14 kun oldin
  • Munro + Taycan

    free spirit 1free spirit 114 kun oldin
  • In the future if everyone is trying to charge 800v battery. Uncle Sam or private investor will pop up a few more nuke facilities.

    PLOO towPLOO tow15 kun oldin
  • Thanks for sharing this. It's really interesting the Munro's opinion about the Battery Day. Awesome interview!

    Benjamín Rodríguez SánchezBenjamín Rodríguez Sánchez16 kun oldin
  • Did I hear - no more gas cars after 3035? Lol of course

    Russ GRuss G16 kun oldin
  • 孙子兵法!

    AshTraveler R.AshTraveler R.16 kun oldin
  • 3:50 50 * 70 =3500 46 * 80 =3680 yes.. very close but not same.

    DJDJ16 kun oldin
  • @ 11:26 is that a non-model Y with a cast model Y like rear end?

    CardBoardBoxProCardBoardBoxPro16 kun oldin
  • Sandy Munro is a tesla fanboy. Biased as they get.

    Yensen ConnorYensen Connor16 kun oldin
  • Lol I use the rabbit out of my butt all the time

    Damon BehnkeDamon Behnke16 kun oldin
  • Some people want to get rid of petroleum, but have no alternative to replace it with. Fast transportation is ingrained in our society. We're not going back to sailboats to get from the USA to Europe. We're not going to get rid of jet airplanes. Automobiles, trains, trucks, and planes are not going away. Period. Petroleum is not going away anytime soon. Period. Plastics are made from petroleum. Look around and try to manufacture everything around us without using plastic. It's not happening in the near future. I'm happy with improvements and changes happening at a reasonable rate and improving our lives at the same time. Look at all of the space based industry popping up all over the world. Look at how many companies are developing electric and hybrid cars and trucks. In the next twenty years we will witness a huge change in our lives. I can't wait to see batteries that have no cobalt, electric cars and large cargo transport vehicles that are quiet, and especially electric cars that we can afford. We're finally moving into a new era that will be bigger than when ICE's were invented. The last 100 years have been dirty, but it moved us to this new era. Internal combustion engines aren't the enemy, they're the ancestor that got us to this new era. Great video. Thanks.

    TexanUSMC8089TexanUSMC808917 kun oldin
  • Damn, I wish I could be an engineer on Tesla's team.

    Shiro LeeShiro Lee17 kun oldin
  • It's not so much the 800V. It's the total power being sucked up by a vehicle. The higher volts does help to keep a lid on the size of the charge current though 😉

    kalm dwnkalm dwn18 kun oldin
  • Sandy Munro ❤️❤️❤️❤️❣️

    Magic AssassinMagic Assassin18 kun oldin
  • sandy said the power grid wouldn't be a concern but if he predicts that there won't be any gas cars in 15 yrs then every car you see will be electric. the power grid will melt

    andysavage07andysavage0719 kun oldin
  • Wow, not knowing that batteries don't improve at these speeds.

    Samuel WilliamsSamuel Williams19 kun oldin
  • Did he say 150 mile on 1 charge?

    Dave KDave K19 kun oldin
  • When you increase voltage, the current demand decrease. So the higher the voltage the better. Less current consumption and less heat.

    FX 247FX 24719 kun oldin
  • The biggest problem holding back electric vehicles is that people don’t really take it seriously, treating EVs like toys because if it doesn’t work they can always go back to their ICE vehicles.

    Matthew VuMatthew Vu19 kun oldin
  • Looking forward to E. Musk doing the rabbit trick on stage! Battery powered 🤣

    Stig LauStig Lau19 kun oldin
  • The grey shark-fin hair is very punchable.

    Jeff LewisJeff Lewis20 kun oldin
  • 8:06 Right here is game over for ICE in most climates. I don't know about where I live... Which can get to -35F below in the winter.

    Jeff LewisJeff Lewis20 kun oldin
  • Excellent summary. Miss the analysis of the impact over the Tesla semi, yeah a drop in battery cost and an increase in production will allow to produce a $25K car, but on the semi case the most important factor is not the drop in battery price but in battery KW/kg. This news put the semi 20 or 30% closer to compete with diesel, and that is a huge stake, once it penetrate the trucking industry Tesla will be unstoppable.

    Carlos CCarlos C20 kun oldin
  • is this dude getting drunk lmao?

    XER 369XER 36920 kun oldin
  • Boring

    A AA A20 kun oldin
  • ‘I think... and that’s a fact’. Love it! 😃

    Thomas HobbsThomas Hobbs20 kun oldin
  • Need the Electric Version of Robert Opron's Citroën SM that has a low drag co-efficient of 0.26...! Need much more Thorium Nuclear Ultra-clean energy power plants to prevent Brown-outs.

    Bull DurhamBull Durham20 kun oldin
  • The improvements sound good, and I agree many people had unrealistic expectations, but JC this guy has lost all objectivity. We see this all the time, and you would think he would know better at his age, when people get like this; be very skeptical. Yes it is a significant improvement, but the end of ICE cars? Not a chance. It will happen, but for many good reasons it will be a slower incremental rate.

    Eric MichelEric Michel20 kun oldin
    • And yet your never be able to name one good reason ICE cars will last past 10 years! Better luck next time boomer! Get with the age before its too late! Because were not waiting behind for your lazy a$$$'s

      I'm not worthy of SubsI'm not worthy of Subs20 kun oldin
  • soo how much money you got in lucid air?

    EnDeR WigginEnDeR Wiggin21 kun oldin
    • @I'm not worthy of Subs I agree he is highly subjective only when it's convenient. It seems odd.

      EnDeR WigginEnDeR Wiggin20 kun oldin
    • I wondered that after some of his weak come backs! I'm shocked people still watch this channel, its the least research pile of BS on YT.

      I'm not worthy of SubsI'm not worthy of Subs20 kun oldin
  • I came from Solving the Money Problem. Watch them for Tesla information! He speaks to investors.

    AaronAaron21 kun oldin
  • I drive through and stop long enough to get gas and take a leak then I'm on the road again. 500 miles gets closer. And yes, most of the time I don;t drive 500 miles in a single stretch.

    De-bodgeryDe-bodgery21 kun oldin
  • Battery is no longer flammable with BYD battery, smaller, lighter, longer distance Lucid CEO was the Model X engineer, and yes Lucid is the best there is and will be.

    Panda PagodaPanda Pagoda21 kun oldin
  • Wow man, you need to do a bit of research on current theory. Higher volts do mean higher watts, but it's the same amps. The same amount of power. 400v at 2kw is the same as 800v at 4kw. They are playing a numbers game with the consumer.

    csorrowscsorrows21 kun oldin
    • Hes a Telsa hater, always has been! Go back to his old video!

      I'm not worthy of SubsI'm not worthy of Subs20 kun oldin
  • Nobody has been able to say where ALL this electricity will come from? More nukes?!

    Christoph SchweglerChristoph Schwegler21 kun oldin
  • Grear video. I have a lot of respect for this man (Sandy Munro). I am a Mechanical Design engineer. I would be flattered with his words if I had been part of Tesla's engineering team.

    Luis SimõesLuis Simões21 kun oldin
  • 22:00 dad jokes into matchmaking jokes into chemistry pun lol

    Hilih KintilHilih Kintil22 kun oldin
  • Elon is more informed than we realize…!!!! Tesla CEO Elon Musk Won't Take COVID-19 Vaccine When Available Tesla and SpaceX Founder Elon Musk recently admitted that if, and when, a COVID-19 vaccine becomes available, he will opt out of taking it. During a New York Times interview, Musk claimed he is not at risk for COVID-19, nor are his children and therefore, has no interest in taking a vaccine when one becomes available.

    Light WaterMagLight WaterMag22 kun oldin
  • Your grandchildren will have to have half of a Tesla body hanging in the garage as a Powerball. I would like to see some concession to serviceability. If you have to throw away the body because of a battery puncture or throw away a $20,000 battery when the body starts to rust, that is going to hurt the customer in the long term.

    Michael LoweMichael Lowe22 kun oldin
  • I am not subscribed any more but saw you on "Solving the money problem". The fact that you have zero knowledge of engineering and building vehicles but is a chameleon depending on who sponsors you, became unbearable.

    Wouter StassenWouter Stassen22 kun oldin
  • Munro mentions having talked about reliability vs. serviceability in electric vehicles, that you can have one or the other, but not both. I missed that previous discussion. Could I ask for a UZworld link to Munro talking about reliability vs. serviceability? Thanks.

    Elizabeth PisaresElizabeth Pisares22 kun oldin
  • How come nobody talks about the charging station. Can others use their station?

    Joseph B.Joseph B.22 kun oldin
  • alex, 500 miles(best) most likely 470 miles (real world) but convert to km is 756 km that is 9/10 of the way between melbourne and sydney(857 km) (australia's two major capitals) unless using full autonomy(LVL 5) i am going to be stopping every 250-300 km need roughly 400km(250 mi) range @ 100% and only charge to 80% or 320 km(200mi) range gives me that rest time but if i need to go through a region where no charging at all then yes i will want the extra range but that will only suit a small % of people that do remote touring e.g. hit me up on twitter(rjo71342) i will give you what a team of aussie are planning with a GROUP of cyber trucks are GOING to do ( expect to be mind blown)

    Ray JohnsonRay Johnson22 kun oldin
  • Great answers from Sandy. He's going to take the design teams of all the EV car makers and slap them in to shape. Legendary stuff.

    Clive MarriottClive Marriott22 kun oldin
  • Re saving the planet California bullshit. A few facts, 94% of global warming has nothing to do with man, cars or anything. It’s H2O in the form of gas. Put simply,clouds! The remaining 6 % is not entirely man made. CO2, Natural Gas (methane) and a few other gasses make up this remaining 6%. We can not stop volcano’s spewing methane, or decomposition. Cows are an utter irrelevance. So what percentage of global warming is man responsible for? What percentage of the total. Something less than 1 percent! Now why do you never get this info from the IPCC? The IPCC is a campaigning political body inside the U.N. Their mandate restricts them to consider only man made global warming. They ignore everything else. They also manipulate data. This is indisputable. They call it “modelling” so raw data is altered. From this and this alone comes the global warming (now climate change) alarm and mass hysteria. Now if what they have been saying for over 20 years were true, how come not one single prediction of theirs has ever come true? Not one. This must scream “error” but they just change the danger window. Gore said all ice caps would be gone by 2015. Example. This was repeated around the world in every left wing school. They also under Obama received billions in research dollars and the result ? Nothing. The most laughable accidental experiment which proves my point? The pandemic shut down almost all aviation, almost all cars, for months. Right, just what the alarmists wanted. This should have produced a slight measurable reduction in global temperature. Think about it, the alarmist got everything they ever dreamed of, for free. Notice the utter silence from this lobby group. Had there been a measurable reduction this would have been trumpeted from every roof top. But please note total silence. As for California? I say let technology drive the change not legislation. So stop repeating the climate bullshit it’s like a virus.

    SandhoeFlyerSandhoeFlyer22 kun oldin
  • the real questions are : when will it be in store and for how much ? Will it be cheaper or more expensive than Liion ?

    Sébastien FragglSébastien Fraggl22 kun oldin
  • 27:27 Who's proposing an electric car that runs on 48V? I don't mean cars using 48V instead of 12V for LV stuff

    powerofpicklepowerofpickle22 kun oldin
  • Enterprise the original don't forget Scotty the Enterprise engineer. He always exaggerated the workload or repair time. That was his show of excellence. Food for thought.

    Bradley FoxBradley Fox22 kun oldin
  • From a maintenance perspective, I would prefer to have a discrete battery pack that can simply be removed from the vehicle and replaced.

    KnowbodyKnowbody22 kun oldin
  • I still can't believe consumer EV and charging is real. That the Electric revolution is here. Not needing to charge to 100 is so devastatingly efficient and true, it really should be communicated better.

    Joshua FollyJoshua Folly22 kun oldin
  • Tesla hired the best engineers, Nikola hired the best marketing guy.

    Souligna SavannSouligna Savann22 kun oldin
  • Why does the new battery have 50% of the weight of the old one?

    The TruthThe Truth22 kun oldin
  • I was so high I couldn't believe it I want some of what hes smoking

    C CC C23 kun oldin
  • SANDY MUNRO IS A WONDERFUL ENGINEERABLE !!! - Everybody eventually looks older, but Sandy Munro is ALWAY a WONDERFUL ENGINERABLE. Doug in Oakland, California USA :)

    Chew Chew TrainChew Chew Train23 kun oldin
  • 14:21 Sandy just confirmed he intends to reverse engineer a Lucid Air!

    PikminimanPikminiman23 kun oldin
  • We have gotten so confused with engines and motors we switch the words so easily we need to start distinguishing the difference engines are internal combustion engines Motors are electric

    Robbie HannaRobbie Hanna23 kun oldin
  • Elon have to build a Thorium reactor to make power to all Tesla :) i think he only need one.

    kim ckim c23 kun oldin
  • Because they haven’t gotten your reverse engineering paperwork doesn’t necessarily mean they haven’t themselves bought a Tesla and kept it in house and reverse engineered it themselves.

    J.T. ToddJ.T. Todd23 kun oldin
  • Yep, he is licking his wounds on Byton his side chick is Taycan hence the questions about 800 volts charging... he forgot to mention about Porsche’s lies about range...

    Cory_aquaCory_aqua23 kun oldin
  • rolling rolling rolling

    Jätski.fiJätski.fi23 kun oldin
    • you can have both

      Jätski.fiJätski.fi23 kun oldin
  • Bravo Sandy! Your reaction to the new battery was the same as mine. I think the announcement of the new capless and integrated battery pack is huge!

    Pete BremyPete Bremy23 kun oldin
  • Bad ass

    Jared WoockJared Woock23 kun oldin
  • What about products to test

    Iron ManIron Man23 kun oldin
  • Sandy is right in that: 1) you don't need a 500-mile range and 2) the real benefit of greater energy density and a lighter, structural, battery is the ability to build a lighter vehicle (which in itself will greatly improve range).The only time range becomes an issue is going cross-country. And then range is dictated by bladder, belly, kids, safety considerations (rest), as mentioned. Here in the UK, on the motorway, you're talking about 150 miles, maybe more but not much. So your first recharge en route needs to take you that far again. Given that you're not going to risk planning a stop much below 20% and it's not worth hanging around beyond 80%, a 60% charge needs to give that sort of range, in winter, too. But that's all. I believe the new 77kWh VW ID.4 is designed round this fact and therefore hits a sweet spot. If Uncle Elon could build the same car, to the same quality, but with a structurally integrated, lighter battery (of perhaps no more than 70kWh), he would indeed be home and dry.

    Richard WoodRichard Wood23 kun oldin
  • Tesla didn't have mass production before they did. They didn't have a functional electric car before they did. They didn't have any real competition either. And that is the difference. Every new car company or old car company looking to enter into EV market has competition: Tesla. People don't seem to understand that not only can Tesla build the most advanced EVs. They can also build the cheapest EVs. Competition inherent value is scrap value + brand value - liabilities - how much money on net they are going to spend before the end. Market value is purely speculative. Battery day? Doomsday more like. GG.

    Fredi TikaFredi Tika23 kun oldin
  • "Elon Musk lies" ummm well when it comes to time frames at least he often does not understate. He is brilliant in many ways but following a time frame is not one of them.

    naguoningnaguoning23 kun oldin
  • Munro has now officially sold out.

    Bill LatimerBill Latimer23 kun oldin
  • Daymn

    S CS C23 kun oldin
  • I work for a major legacy auto parts manufacturer, we sell some stuff to Tesla too. However we move SO slow, if we ever had to compete we would get slaughtered. It took me 9 MONTHS to get my own security zone approved for my project. It took me 2 weeks to deploy it. We MOVE SO SLOW, its not even funny. Knowing what I know, there is no way the legacy auto manufacturer would survive without firing ALL the top management and everyone who worked there over 10 years.

    PotatoPotato23 kun oldin
  • With servicability of the battery packs taking a back seat to reliability. What is the longer term recyclability of the packs? Is there a design constraint to ensure that all of these resources can be reused?

    felixrisingfelixrising24 kun oldin
  • 50% increase in 3 years not good enough? What's the Gas Engine efficiency for modern cars from the past 60 years?

    Venture FanaticVenture Fanatic24 kun oldin
  • Throw away cars for a throwaway society at a high price

    Dirty BirdDirty Bird24 kun oldin
  • what do you think? Is sandy a Biden or Trump supporter?

    Daniel FilippusDaniel Filippus24 kun oldin
  • Great program. Why was there no mention of Tesla Semi truck progress?

    Rod CameronRod Cameron24 kun oldin
  • I guess Sandy's customers are not so super duper geeked

    Peter CortensPeter Cortens24 kun oldin