Last week was a busy one for Tesla and its CEO Elon Musk. On Friday, the first 30 Model 3 units were handed over to their excited new owners — though one of them was Musk himself. And, while Musk already said that the coming months would be a “production hell” for Tesla to meet the 500,000 demand for […]Read more "Elon Musk Says Demand for Tesla Model 3 Could Go Beyond Half a Million"
Despite the company’s history of falling somewhat short of their delivery targets, Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk told investors that he’s certain they will reach target production numbers for the Model 3. The company expects to produce 5,000 units each week by December 2017 and 10,000 units per week by the end of 2018. […]Read more "Elon Musk Has “Zero Doubt” Tesla Can Achieve 10,000 Units per Week by 2018"
A few days ago we saw the keys to the first 30 Tesla Model 3 vehicles — the car billed as the future of transport — handed over to consumers at a swanky event. The last few years have been momentous ones for Musk’s vehicular aspirations: he has galvanized other car companies into going electric, his cars are breaking records, […]Read more "Are Musk’s New Plans Really Achievable ?"
Good news for those who like their Teslas cranked up to 11. Elon Musk has tweeted that a performance version of the Model 3 should be arriving about a year from now. The news came as the response to a recent tweet. This latest response regarding a performance version of the Model 3 is not the first […]Read more "Elon Musk Announces That a Performance Version of the Model 3 Will Arrive in 2018"
The Boring Company just tested a working model for its car elevator, part of the electric sled concept for their innovative tunnel system which could one day also serve the Hyperloop. On Wednesday, Elon Musk shared a video showing The Boring Company’s first car elevator being tested. The elevator, installed on June 30, is part of […]Read more "Elon Musk breaking the best news for his followers"
It all started when Zuckerberg commented on a Facebook Live impromptu Q&A that he can’t understand the “naysayers,” people who try to drum up “doomsday scenarios” involving AI. Zuckerberg professed to be an optimist about AI, enumerating the ways it will improve our lives, including safety and health care. Musk has donated millions to keep AI […]Read more "War of the billionaires; Musk’s reply to Zuckerberg"
As artificial intelligence continues to grow, technology could soon bring humanity to a safer, healthier future, according to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg – and he says arguing otherwise would be ‘pretty irresponsible.’ In a Facebook Live session this weekend, Zuckerberg fielded questions from users while barbequing in his Palo Alto backyard, addressing everything from AI to the […]Read more "Zuckerberg slams Musk’s predictions !"