Future Planning of Tesla

Tesla (TSLA), therefore, plans to expand beyond the Model S, Model X, and Model 3. Musk says he has plans for future compact SUVs and "new types of pickups". Trucks and solutions for high-density urban passenger transport, which will be extended to the main types of land transport. Musk may add that the number of autonomous driving updates will increase every 5-10 days. He also admitted that the system would never be perfect, but he expected the chances of failure to be "much lower" than people expect.

In this part of the plan, some vehicles for most types of land transport are described. There are three consumer vehicles: Model 3, Compact SUV, and Pickup. There are semi-electric Tesla pickups and high-density city vehicles. Autonomy can lead to the disappearance of the bus and the handing over of the driver to the fleet manager. Model 3 evolves into the machine that builds the machine.

The idea is that connected AI should leverage this facility to drive a car well enough to drive it anytime, anywhere, on any road. In contrast to Waymo on the outskirts of Phoenix, Tesla vehicles with active FSD can drive from Los Angeles to Phoenix, Las Vegas, Denver, and Chicago, most recently in Detroit, in this order. In New York. And all of this without having to drive this route first.

Critics say Musk says Tesla will travel to the US in 2017, and three years later it still hasn't. To be honest, prominent figures in autonomous mobility don't believe that Tesla will be able to drive a car completely autonomously without lidar. Tesla released a beta version of FSD last week. The first impression was that there was still a long way to go before someone got up from the driver's seat. Such quick improvements may be necessary. Tesla expects the FSD beta to be widely available by the end of 2020. This can only happen if the system is reliable enough for most controllers to use comfortably.

A few Problems

A problem is the acceptance of EV over petrol or diesel-run car. However, acceptance is increasing. I guess it has to be done. Permanently remove the combustion engine from the road. There are many problems with this discussion. First of all, all Tesla owners could buy a car with just the Supercharger as an incentive and pay an additional fee to get it. It was free and unlimited until January 15, 2017. Second, as mentioned earlier, European V3 compressors use CCS, but most compressor installations still have their own connections, and Tesla has millions to change everything. 

You have to spend dollars too. Third, Ionity has received tens of millions of euros from the EU to help build its network. Since public funds have been used, it makes sense to make them available to the public. If you look at other networks, their business model is different from Tesla, even if they have the resources, because they are capitalist companies. Investments, including Ionity, are expected to be refunded at that rate, but the Tesla Supercharger network has received a lot more upfront payments from retail car sales. You can check its income statement at https://www.webull.com/income-statement/nasdaq-tsla.