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Everything Tesla is Coming Out with in 2020
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1. The Model Y
If you’ve watched one of my videos before...you definitely know that the Model Y is coming out in 2020. I pre-ordered one, and I can’t wait to get it. Devilries should be in full force by the Summer of 2020, although we may see it a little earlier.
It’s a compact crossover SUV with 66 cubic feet of cargo space, up to 300 miles of range, and a 0-60 as low as 3.5 seconds.
2. Tesla Semi
Tesla announced the Semi all the way back in 2017, 3 years ago at this point, with a 2019 release date. Well, 2019 has come and gone, and no Tesla Semi.
The Tesla Semi has 4 independent motors, a .36 drag coefficient, a 20 second 0-60 when carrying 80,000 pounds, and consumed less than 2 kWh per mile. According to Tesla, the range is either 300 miles at $150,000, or 500 miles at $180,000, with a reservation price of $20,000.
3. Model S Plaid, and possible refresh.
The Model S has been out since 2012, and not really that much has changed. Sure, a lot has changed regarding performance, range, autopilot, premium interior, glass roof, and front “grill”, but overall, the design pretty much looks the same aesthetically, especially inside.
At this point, that’s 8 years of the same basic car design. So in 2018 we first heard of Model S refresh rumors in a year or so (2019).
What we do know, is that Tesla has been working on a tri-motor version of the Model S called “Plaid”. This would be the fastest Model S out there, specifically designed for the fastest times possible by cars in its class, and beyond. Additionally, it's likely that Tesla will go with a refreshed interior with a horizontal screen instead of vertical.
4. New Tesla Battery
For a while now, there have been signs pointing to Tesla making their own battery cells, instead of partnering with other companies. Tesla has a planned “Battery and Powertrain Investor Day” in 2020, and it’s expected that they will announce a battery that Elon has hinted at lasting for 1 million miles.
He said: “the new battery pack that is probably going to production next year is designed explicitly for 1 million miles of operation”.
Yeah, 1 million miles. Currently Tesla says that batteries should last 300,000 to 500,000 miles. So that is a big improvement. I hope this comes quick because I want this in my Model Y! Per usual, when Elon says “probably next year”, we shouldn’t count on anything. However, he has been doing a little better with deadlines lately.
5. Roadster? Maybe?
Announced back at the end of 2017, the new Roaster is supposed to get 620 miles of range, a top speed of 250+ mph, and a crazy 1.9seconds 0-60.
Now, we don’t know much else about this car, other than these crazy specs, and that the base price is $200,000.
I’m mostly curious to see if they release the Roadster because I know there are quite a few UZpostrs who are owed one by Tesla.
The old referral program that ended on February 2nd, 2019 had roadster discounts of 2% per referral. This meant that UZpostrs like Andy Slye, and Ben Sullins, who have tons of referrals, earned completely free roadsters, or 2 of them in the case of both of these guys.
However, Tesla went through “production hell” with the Model 3 after announcing the roadster to be released in 2020. So more than likely, everything is pushed back, and we can expect the Roadster in 2021. But I’m hopeful for 2020!
In any case, we should be swing the Model Y!! Semi, Plaid Model S, and model s refresh, along with the Million-mile battery, all in 2020.
Other than that, we know that Elon said quote “cybertruck is our last product unveil for a while...but there will be some (mostly) unexpected technology announcements next year”.
So as far as products go, nothing new to expect in 2020, but I’m excited to see everything that hopefully releases!
What are you most looking forward to from Tesla in 2020? Leave a comment below and let me know. For, it’s definitely the Model Y, and I can’t wait to get mine.
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