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« Reply #225 on: January 09, 2021, 08:45:35 pm »

Teslaís Delayed Semi Truck Tests Elon Muskís Ability to Scale Up
Silicon Valley car maker set bar higher after the pandemic hardly dented growth plans


Tesla Receives Semi Truck Order Worth Up to $100 Million: Report

Looks to me like Tesla Semi vs Nikola is going to be kind of like Freightliner vs Peterbilt.   Volume production of decent quality truck vs smaller production of a decent quality truck that has a lot of hype attached giving it "cult-like" status for no real difference in quality or performance (Peterbilt).

I would take either one....!


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« Reply #226 on: February 27, 2021, 11:36:05 am »

Per Tesla's 4th Q and FY 2020 Update, "Tesla semi deliveries will also begin in 2021."  If that's the case, it would seem they will be producing those semis at one of their existing or currently-under-construction factories (as they have been indicating all along), not in a new unannounced imaginary gigafactory.


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These Aren't the Droids You're Looking For

« Reply #227 on: March 04, 2021, 07:57:33 pm »

SpaceX says it is building a factory in Austin, Texas, to design systems that will help make satellite dishes, Wi-Fi routers, and other equipment for its Starlink satellite broadband network. The news comes from a job posting for an automation and controls engineer position flagged in a story Tuesday by local news channel KXAN.


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