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Tesla takes advantage of rare tactic on Model Y to battle cabin noise

By Joey Klender Posted on October 24, 2020 Tesla electric vehicles are some of the quietest cars on the market due to their lack of combustion engine parts. While electric cars are particularly quiet to those outside of the vehicle, it is not the same scenario for those who sit inside the cabin. Interestingly, some …

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SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket ties turnaround record, nears 1000 Starlink satellites launched

By Eric Ralph Posted on October 24, 2020 SpaceX has successfully completed its 14th Starlink v1.0 launch less than a year after operational flights began and simultaneously tied its own world record for orbital-class rocket turnaround. On the heels of an unusual 48-hour delay SpaceX says it used to double check that a minor Falcon …

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Tesla critic concludes that Powerwalls do not exist because she’s never seen one

By Simon Alvarez Posted on October 24, 2020 Being a company with a visionary CEO and products that continually push the boundaries of their respective segments means that Tesla is subjected to a steady barrage of negativity from critics and skeptics. At times, the criticisms would involve Elon Musk’s missed targets, or the constant delays …

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Elon Musk updates Tesla Snake Jazz release, hints toward a ‘gassy’ Easter Egg

By Joey Klender Posted on October 24, 2020 Tesla CEO Elon Musk gave an update about the company’s Snake Jazz, and Polynesian Elevator Music sounds and also hinted toward a new flatulence sound. Twitter user Bart Sanders asked Musk when the Snake Jazz/Elevator Music would be released. Sanders also inquired to the CEO about the …

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Tesla Giga Berlin employees bid farewell to ‘Mister Gigafactory’

By Joey Klender Posted on October 23, 2020 Tesla employees that are working at the company’s Giga Berlin project in Germany are bidding farewell to Evan Horetsky, the company’s manager for the site. Tesla reportedly relieved Giga Berlin Horetsky from his position on Thursday. The reasons for his dismissal are currently unknown. However, last week, …

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Tesla bull Jim Cramer tells the hard truth about why Wall St is missing the TSLA picture

By Simon Alvarez Posted on October 23, 2020 Tesla’s (NASDAQ:TSLA) third-quarter earnings report proved that Elon Musk’s electric car company has matured into a force of nature that is so resilient, even a literal pandemic couldn’t bring it down. As of Thursday’s close, Tesla stock is up over 400%, a testament to the company’s capability …

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Tesla Solar Roof is becoming a stealthy killer, and no one is standing in its way

By Simon Alvarez Posted on October 23, 2020 Tesla executives like CEO Elon Musk may emphasize that the company’s Energy business is just as important as its electric vehicle division, there is little doubt that stationary batteries and solar products are just not as sexy or exciting as, say, all-electric supercars, futuristic pickups, or Full …

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SpaceX installs first high-altitude Starship’s nosecone

By Eric Ralph Posted on October 23, 2020 For the first time ever, SpaceX has stacked a flightworthy Starship prototype to its full height, leaving just one major step to go before the rocket will be tasked with an unprecedented 15 km (~50,000 ft) flight test. On October 21st, after much anticipation, SpaceX joined the …

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Tesla Full Self-Driving monthly subscriptions poised for 2021 launch

By Maria Merano Posted on October 22, 2020 Tesla is planning on launching monthly subscriptions to Full Self-Driving by 2021, announced Elon Musk in a recent tweet. He broke the news after setting an updated timeframe for FSD beta’s ~$2,000 price increase on Thursday, October 29. A subscription service would make FSD more affordable to …

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