This week on the Electrek Podcast, we are discussing the most popular news in the world of sustainable transport and energy, including a review of Tesla’s Q4 earnings, Model 3 delivery timelines being updated, Elon Musk’s Falcon Heavy launch and Roadster publicity stunt, and more.
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Here are a few of the articles that we will discuss during the podcast today:
- Tesla (TSLA) announces Q4 2017 earnings: record revenue of ~$3.3 billion and wide losses
- Tesla updates Model 3 delivery window for reservation holders, pushes standard battery pack to ‘late 2018’
- Tesla gives update on Model 3 production: on track for 2,500 per week by next month
- Tesla Roadster successfully launched into space on SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket
- Elon Musk’s 10-year old Roadster might have turned into the best publicity stunt for Tesla
- Tesla is installing Powerwalls and solar power on 50,000 homes to create biggest virtual power plant in the world
- Tesla Model Y production plans to be unveiled in 3-6 months, capital investment starting this year, says Elon Musk
- First look at Ionity ‘ultra-fast’ charging network map of planned stations
- Polestar 2 will ‘not be a Tesla Model 3 killer’ and start ~$50,000, says CEO
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