A Talk with Engineering TV

At the North American International Auto Show in Detroit Tesla had many stories to tell. We displayed three cars, each representing a facet of the Tesla story. VIN 1000 embodied a significant production milestone. The Road Trip Roadster, filthy from its drive to Detroit, was a testament to the durability and toughness of our technology. The Model S symbolized Tesla’s future – the ruby red car dazzled media, fans, and industry leaders alike. Peter Rawlinson, Vice President of Vehicle Engineering, met with Engineering TV to talk about the Model S development process. Watch the video to learn more:

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I saw that article about the new 3.1Ah cells Tesla is taking delivery of. I really hope they are offered as part of an upgraded Roadster battery in addition to the Model S. Daily I only need 75km range, but all the weekend trips I make require 600km range. Since the car could charge for 24-36 hours from a 110V outlet using those cells in the Roadster should completely eliminate any range anxiety I might suffer. I guess the only questions are:
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-what do the new cells cost in relation to the old?
-are their thermal properties any different?
-how much engineering work and validation would have to go into getting these cells into the existing car?

semo_n@yahoo.com

I saw that article about the new 3.1Ah cells Tesla is taking delivery of. I really hope they are offered as part of an upgraded Roadster battery in addition to the Model S. Daily I only need 75km range, but all the weekend trips I make require 600km range. Since the car could charge for 24-36 hours from a 110V outlet using those cells in the Roadster should completely eliminate any range anxiety I might suffer. I guess the only questions are: شركة تنظيف فلل بالرياض شركة تنظيف شقق بالرياض شركة تنظيف مجالس بالرياض
-what do the new cells cost in relation to the old?
-are their thermal properties any different?
-how much engineering work and validation would have to go into getting these cells into the existing car?

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