Tesla’s Project Loveday Competition Commercials Are Looking Pretty Good … (60 Videos)

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While Tesla has now extended the submissions deadline for its “Project Loveday” fan-made commercial competition until June 5, 2017, that doesn’t mean that we can’t take a look at the entries already in place … as some of them are quite good and definitely seem worth highlighting and sharing.

As some further background here, as we reported previously Tesla launched the Project Loveday fan-made-commercial competition in response to a letter sent to Tesla CEO Elon Musk by a 10-year-old student named Bria Loveday. Loveday sent the letter in relation to a school project, and noted in it that, since Tesla had yet to create its own commercials and many fan-made commercials out there were pretty good, why not run a contest to encourage more and award the creators of some?

Teslarati recently published a nice overview of a few of the best entries (in my opinion). We then ran across a large Project Loveday playlist (60 videos). The ones featured by Teslarati are at or near the front of this playlist. Have a watch and just skip through the ones you’ve seen and don’t want to watch again if you’ve already been perusing Project Loveday videos:

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