Tom Wolfson and Robert Rosenbloom bring you all of this weeks Tesla Nation news! Before they get to the exciting double header Space X news, they bring you some encouraging EV and renewable news from around the planet. There are some new Model 3 photos which are pointing to 300+ mile range and a lot of interior details. Also, conference organizer, "Forth", recently helped to launch an electric car-sharing program for a low-income community in Portland, The Queen of England has made some very green announcements, and a certain little Nissan Leaf is going to do a 10,000 mile trip from the UK to Mongolia! This and much more from Tom and Robert. Next week Mel is back for a return to our usual show. Keep sending us your thoughts to email@example.com
Another news filled week in Tesla Nation.The happy Tesla news this week is that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) awarded the Model X a 5-star safety rating in every category and sub-category, making it the first SUV ever to earn the 5-star rating across the board. Tom and Robert talk about the pre-owned Model S' on the Tesla site right now and the Model 3 counter. The Model3Counter is using a new algorithm (2.0), and the guys discuss Tom's place in line. Discussions about Tesla’s latest Autopilot 2.0 ‘smooth as silk’ update, an announcement from Lyft that “a majority” of Lyft’s trips will be in self-driving cars by 2021, and lots of other renewable energy, battery, and Space X news to cover!
Tom and Robert are in the studio, holding down the fort and bringing you all of the Tesla Nation news from the past week. Lots to talk about this week, Tesla Surpasses BMW to Become the 4th Most Valuable Car Company in the World, plenty of discussion about Autonomous driving, solar & batteries and Space X has a launch coming up this weekend.
Robert returns from his fourth Factory Tour, and has stories to tell! He went up to Fremont as a participant in the Tesla Owners Clubs Leadership forum. Obviously the guys address the news about the United States withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord, and Elon Musk's departure from the presidential councils and the usual Tesla, renewable energy, and Space X news for the week.