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Yosemite Sam1

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Posted: 03/10/21 01:46pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

That's why I love Tesla. It's in constant improvement and innovation -- and they install it on their units even if already sold.


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For Tesla Fanboys I guess. I'll believe it when:
They actually shows up on the streets in large numbers
It's been around for a year at least
Independent reviewers get a good look at it when used for long distance camping pulling a 15,000 pound camper over Utah Hwy 12 between Escalante and Torrey
There are zero reports of spontaneous ignition

Musk has erected from Tesla you know


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Posted: 03/10/21 02:22pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I do hope CT is not made from LEGOs

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And as long as you stay within reach of your extension cord,,,,,,, Enjoy.
But,,,,, the 14 day stay limit at BLM sites will work better,
It will take that long to recharge the truck from your 2200 watt genny so you can get home,,,, or at least back to a "BIG" charger.

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Posted: 03/10/21 02:27pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

time2roll wrote:

I do hope CT is not made from LEGOs

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But come to think of it.

I want it with those sharp corners and riveted like the 'ol Land Rovers.

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I own TSLA and I'm sticking with it.

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2oldman wrote:

I own TSLA and I'm sticking with it.

And I have stock in GM, GE and Colgate, doesnt make me a fanboy of any of them. Tesla likely has a great grocery getter for the city folks who want to pat themselves on the back about how great they are. Much like the Hollywood types who brag about the Prius cars, that their maids use to buy their groceries for them.
Whether or not they are worth anything in the real world is still under evaluation.

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Meanwhile, the Rivian is real! Just like I said years ago


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Yosemite Sam1 wrote:

That's why I love Tesla. It's in constant improvement and innovation -- and they install it on their units even if already sold.


Thanks for the information Yosemite Sam1.

I love the idea of a solar powered RV with the ability to drive itself. I do hate how the cyber truck looks.

Battery capacity is 100 KWH. Assuming 80% efficiency it would take about 60 hours to recharge with a 2000 watt (continuous) generator.

My next vehicle (if there is one) will be a Bev of some kind, and quite possibly a demo, or a trade in from someone else.


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Can’t get one upped by Reisender, eh Sam?


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