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Originally Posted by awdrifter View Post

Just like any tech start-up, it's at the over-valued phase. The valuations will come down when the hit the next road block. With all the legislations ruining gas powered cars, it does look good for Tesla. But I'll be keeping my old car for the forseeable future.

Legislations like what exactly?
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I'm not even going to go into that, it'll just get this thread locked. All I'm saying is Tesla seems to be over-valued based on hype like most of the tech startups, at least for now. They may well survive in the future as a battery maker, but they are losing money on their car business.
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Eh. They can keep those legislations. The point is, the "classic" car realm is getting bigger and bigger by the day. Good luck trying to prevent that. rolleyes.gif Even more funny about that, mostly those "classics" are all 5+L ones.
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Free market? Choice? I'm going to assume you're a libertarian. One of the fundamentals of Libertarianism is not infringing upon the liberty of others. If the scientific community produced data that proved EV's were less harmful to the quality of life of part of this generation and the entirety of future ones', wouldn't you say your argument would start losing some strength?

If I were future generations I'd be far more offended by the massive debt bestowed upon me by current generations because they didn't want to pay enough in taxes to cover the services they wanted.
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Now add a Thorium based reactor to them and ill buy one.

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Those knocking the EVs needs to drive one; or better yet, live with one for a week or so.

We leased a Nissan Leaf in 2010, and the better half uses it as a commuter car. The first few months of driving, we realized it's a game changer. $50/month of electricity (with solar, it'd be free), plug it in at home, zero maintenance, and yeah - that emission thing. I still have an 2-seater sports car that's an ICE and I love driving it; but I'm convinced, once the infrastructure is in place (charging stations) - ICE car days are numbered. Self driving cars are also fortune telling right now.

We're on our second Leaf lease, and unfortunately, Nissan's dropped the ball; the range increase in the 2017 models is almost nothing. I've reserved a Model 3, but based on the potential delay, I may test drive the Chevy Bolt.

Which brings me back to Tesla as a company - Elon's vision is extraordinary. But he needs to focus on the business and generate shareholder value - read: a profit. Tesla needs to become an ongoing business concern; he's basking in the money getting thrown at him in the capital market. I mean, Elon announcing a truck when I have a reservation for a yet-unready Model 3 that prototypes have just seen the light of day. Yes - the masses are supporting him, and money's chasing money. But one hiccup - look out below on the stock price. Not saying it will tank, but those buying into Tesla stock better do so deliberately.

For the Model 3 - I can do the math: 350K+ preorders, and per the graph shown earlier - Tesla's not yet up to a 100K+ annual run rate in production. Not sure where I'm at in the preorder list, but those at the end of the line may be taking delivery in... 2020? doh.gif
   
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Highly Volatile Tech Sector Stock bull****. smile.gif

Now their Battery Research could be worth investing in.
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Tesla a battery packs have 8 year warranty.

8 year warranty or 100k miles, whichever comes first. prob some crap like that is what it actually is. wink.gif
    
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Tesla's warranty covers battery functionality, or the ability to make the car go. It does not cover capacity drain over the life of the battery. Fortunately, it seems the range loss over time isn't as great as expected.
   
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I didn't think of battery coolant (makes sense though, considering the power draw), and left out the windshield washer fluid (here we just use straight water, and it's only topped up once every few years). So basically you're leaving out petrol (or diesel), engine oil, and ATF if you would have bought an autotragic (which is likely assuming you're in the US)
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