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I believe it is just a marketing stunt and will never be built. Gotta give Elon credit for creating a buzz, and then banking then some quick cash to boot. Waiting for the slam, Sam.


Did it ever happen where Musk promised a Tesla model and ended up never built?

There is a difference between skepticism and mental case delusional.


You certainly are predictable. You sound like a little boy who got his toy taken away in the sandbox.

I haven't seen a Semi on the road yet.


Yeah, what are the chances?

I have not seen a Rolls Royce Sweptails either and there are already 12 of them out there.

But fret not, tweet Elon to send one to pass by your house.

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And short-sellers have been severely burned.

Not so many of them left.

Hold and buy some more here with recent upgrades to price target of $450 to $500 with market and car industry optimism on Cybertruck.


Not looking a Tesla, would like to point out that another can make a statement, the market go up. Next day another statement, market drop. Repeat often. If people think somebody is making false statements to change the value of his company many start squealing like a pig stuck under a gate, begging he pay big fine. The other? Don't you even look to see if that fist is only to wrist or shoulder.

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Yosemite Sam1 wrote:

lbrjet wrote:

Yosemite Sam1 wrote:

lbrjet wrote:

I believe it is just a marketing stunt and will never be built. Gotta give Elon credit for creating a buzz, and then banking then some quick cash to boot. Waiting for the slam, Sam.


Did it ever happen where Musk promised a Tesla model and ended up never built?

There is a difference between skepticism and mental case delusional.


You certainly are predictable. You sound like a little boy who got his toy taken away in the sandbox.

I haven't seen a Semi on the road yet.


Yeah, what are the chances?

I have not seen a Rolls Royce Sweptails either and there are already 12 of them out there.

But fret not, tweet Elon to send one to pass by your house.


Zero to none since there no Tesla semi's traversing the country. At least there is chance of spotting that elusiive Rolls.


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Semi is still slated for production. Has not been cancelled.


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Semi is still slated for production. Has not been cancelled.


Tesla is accepting reservations on it's website and the reporter who photographed it charging and another loaded and most likely on test run is not delusional.

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Semi is still slated for production. Has not been cancelled.


Tesla is accepting reservations on it's website and the reporter who photographed it charging and another loaded and most likely on test run is not delusional.


Just out of curiosity. When and where? Is this the same recycled pic from a year ago. I have not seen any evidence of testing from the recent past.

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mich800 wrote:

Yosemite Sam1 wrote:

time2roll wrote:

Semi is still slated for production. Has not been cancelled.


Tesla is accepting reservations on it's website and the reporter who photographed it charging and another loaded and most likely on test run is not delusional.


Just out of curiosity. When and where? Is this the same recycled pic from a year ago. I have not seen any evidence of testing from the recent past.


I'm sure Elon is dying to show you one should you plant your b@tt in the steps of Tesla factory in Fremont just to allay your skepticism and convince you to make your own reservation.

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Yosemite Sam1 wrote:

mich800 wrote:

Yosemite Sam1 wrote:

time2roll wrote:

Semi is still slated for production. Has not been cancelled.


Tesla is accepting reservations on it's website and the reporter who photographed it charging and another loaded and most likely on test run is not delusional.


Just out of curiosity. When and where? Is this the same recycled pic from a year ago. I have not seen any evidence of testing from the recent past.


I'm sure Elon is dying to show you one should you plant your b@tt in the steps of Tesla factory in Fremont just to allay your skepticism and convince you to make your own reservation.


[emoticon] I think you have gone of the rails. What does anything in that response have to do with testing? They are taking laps in a factory simulating actual road conditions, reliability and range? allegedly the semi is scheduled for launch in the very near future but no testing. It is a legitimate question with respect to the launch timeline.

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mich800 wrote:

Yosemite Sam1 wrote:

mich800 wrote:

Yosemite Sam1 wrote:

time2roll wrote:

Semi is still slated for production. Has not been cancelled.


Tesla is accepting reservations on it's website and the reporter who photographed it charging and another loaded and most likely on test run is not delusional.


Just out of curiosity. When and where? Is this the same recycled pic from a year ago. I have not seen any evidence of testing from the recent past.


I'm sure Elon is dying to show you one should you plant your b@tt in the steps of Tesla factory in Fremont just to allay your skepticism and convince you to make your own reservation.


[emoticon] I think you have gone of the rails. What does anything in that response have to do with testing? They are taking laps in a factory simulating actual road conditions, reliability and range? allegedly the semi is scheduled for launch in the very near future but no testing. It is a legitimate question with respect to the launch timeline.


I’m not up on the actual projected timeline but I think it was pushed to end 2020 for limited production. Battery capacity is probably the big hold up. Model Y production now moved up to end first quarter. Model 3 European demand still strong. Grid Superpack and power wall demand growing. Giga one isn’t at max production yet but it is getting close. I’m not sure what the answer is. They also had to send packs to Giga 3 in Shanghai for the first few thousand MIC model 3’s. But they will use those up quick now as they received their sales permit from the Chinese goverment on Friday. They are building about 110 cars per shift right now in China but will be adding a second shift soon and then a third. They’ll go thru the stored up packs quick. Then they will be building packs right in Giga three. Bottom line there is just not enough battery capacity to cover a large amount of Semis right now. You can build 7 or 10 model 3’s with the cells from one semi.

There are videos of the semi in the wild on YouTube.

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Reisender wrote:

mich800 wrote:

Yosemite Sam1 wrote:

mich800 wrote:

Yosemite Sam1 wrote:

time2roll wrote:

Semi is still slated for production. Has not been cancelled.


Tesla is accepting reservations on it's website and the reporter who photographed it charging and another loaded and most likely on test run is not delusional.


Just out of curiosity. When and where? Is this the same recycled pic from a year ago. I have not seen any evidence of testing from the recent past.


I'm sure Elon is dying to show you one should you plant your b@tt in the steps of Tesla factory in Fremont just to allay your skepticism and convince you to make your own reservation.


[emoticon] I think you have gone of the rails. What does anything in that response have to do with testing? They are taking laps in a factory simulating actual road conditions, reliability and range? allegedly the semi is scheduled for launch in the very near future but no testing. It is a legitimate question with respect to the launch timeline.


I’m not up on the actual projected timeline but I think it was pushed to end 2020 for limited production. Battery capacity is probably the big hold up. Model Y production now moved up to end first quarter. Model 3 European demand still strong. Grid Superpack and power wall demand growing. Giga one isn’t at max production yet but it is getting close. I’m not sure what the answer is. They also had to send packs to Giga 3 in Shanghai for the first few thousand MIC model 3’s. But they will use those up quick now as they received their sales permit from the Chinese goverment on Friday. They are building about 110 cars per shift right now in China but will be adding a second shift soon and then a third. They’ll go thru the stored up packs quick. Then they will be building packs right in Giga three. Bottom line there is just not enough battery capacity to cover a large amount of Semis right now. You can build 7 or 10 model 3’s with the cells from one semi.

There are videos of the semi in the wild on YouTube.



Tesla is a victim of their own success. So much demand they can't keep their lines supplied with all the components.

It would be like Ram having a surge in demand for diesels and Cummins not being able to supply them, which in turn then hurts Ram sales.

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