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Why Did Tesla Have Battery Day? Why Did It Reveal The Semi Years Ago?

September 26th, 2020 | by Zachary Shahan

For many Tesla followers, Battery Day was a mind-blowing event that was one of the highlights of the year, if not the decade. For others, it was not what they expected and was a letdown because no big new product was made immediately available, and no new vehicles were revealed — no electric airplane, no Model 2, no electric boat

Tesla Autopilot Mystery Solved — HW3 Full Potential Soon To Be Unlocked

January 31st, 2020 | by Chanan Bos

In June 2019 after Tesla's Autonomy Investor Day, we did a deep dive into Tesla's HW3 chip that explored the various capabilities and potential of the HW3 processor system on a chip (SoC). I may have geeked out a little and made that a bit too technical, so I will try not to repeat that mistake in this article. Long story short, HW3 is a total beast. It is very different from the NVIDIA chip Tesla was using in the previous generation

Can Tesla Pull Ahead Of The Industry And Deliver Full Self-Driving Cars Next Year?

April 23rd, 2019 | by Paul Fosse

In this article, I will examine the claims that Tesla made at its Tesla Autonomy Day on April 22. Although I'm a small investor in Tesla and undoubtedly a fan of the company and its cars, I'll try to be as objective as I can be and show where Tesla's claims are proven or undisputed and where they are unproven and require a leap of faith. In order to have a robotaxi, Tesla has to have the following pieces of the puzzle

Tesla Autonomy Day: What We Learned

April 23rd, 2019 | by Frugal Moogal

I'm writing this as I watch the stream, and as usual, the start of the stream is late. From having covered a number of these events, that seems like a pretty standard Tesla thing. And since I'm watching on YouTube right now and the numbers have only gone up since the time the stream was supposed to have started until now, maybe they're on to something

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