1. How Long Is Long Range?2. At What Cost?
3. Platooning on Autopilot
Will the truck, expected to roll out by 2020, come with some level of autonomous driving? Tesla has been in talks with California and Nevada regulators about testing semis that can automatically follow a lead vehicle, a technique known as “platooning.” Platooning cuts fuel costs by reducing wind drag. And if the autonomous driving system is good enough to run without a driver, it could also dramatically cut labor expenses.
A teaser animation released by Tesla on Wednesday suggests the realization of one of Musk’s design aspirations: cameras instead of rearview mirrors.
4. Who Are the First Customers?
5. Infrastructure Solutions
6. Location, Location, Location
7. “Driver Comfort Features”
8. Shared Parts