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Jim McPherson
Not afraid of saying that I'm an Elon Musk supporter. Owner of Tesla Model S, Y, and 12kW Solar. If I've helped you my referral:
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Jim McPherson 24m
Replying to @MightyTesla
Wow, the arrogance in this post is thick.
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Cathie Wood 44m
Replying to @skorusARK
According to research, other companies focused on EVs are three to four years behind in battery technology already. The question is whether these breakthroughs will help pull away even faster.
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Jim McPherson 1h
Replying to @WholeMarsBlog
That, and Trevor’s bravado comparing himself to and even greater than Elon. Such enormous arrogance was a huge huge warning sign. Naming the company Nikola just to ride the coat tails also didn’t help.
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Jim McPherson 12h
Replying to @garyblack00
Loved my 1966 Mustang that I bought with lawnmowing money when I was 17.
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Jim McPherson 12h
Good idea!
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Jim McPherson 12h
Replying to @teslamodel3fan
I wish the whole world had it.
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Jim McPherson 12h
Replying to @WholeMarsBlog
Worth it without doubt for at least one of your Tesla’s. Not sure it’s worth it for the second car.
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Jim McPherson 12h
ETA for first Cybertruck to roll off the line?
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Jim McPherson 12h
I like EAP. : I wish it would be a permanent option. I already have one car with FSD. If I upgraded our AP1 S we’d choose EAP or stick with basic AP. We won’t need FSD twice, but would really like having NoA for the commuter car.
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Jim McPherson 12h
I agree that FSD is the way to go if you can afford it. Today, EAP is pretty high for $’s per feature compared to FSD. The disadvantage is that EAP will not have new features as they come online and will not be guaranteed new hardware if required. If I were leasing I’d choose EAP
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Jim McPherson 12h
No, still 8K. The +3k is for those without even basic autopilot which lowered the price of the car.
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Jim McPherson 13h
FSD changes to $5K if you buy EAP.
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Nikki Brownlees 15h
Replying to @Kristennetten
Friends don’t pimp friends.
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Jim McPherson 17h
Replying to @incentives101
Certainly a combo of the two.
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Jim McPherson 21h
Classic,and I mean classic, strawman.
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Jim McPherson 23h
Good point. Those who buy EAP will likely not get any future hardware updates if they are required for FSD.
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Jim McPherson Sep 18
Replying to @WholeMarsBlog
Classic Trevor.
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green Sep 18
I find it sort of interesting that 2020.36.11 adds new s/x battery pack (id 94, capacity unknown), new front permanent magnet motor for the same and then model3 also gets a new front/back invertor combination. All while having no user-visible changes over 2020.36.10
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Jim McPherson Sep 18
He changed his wording because the allegation was already out in public, Hindenburg just amplified it.
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Jim McPherson Sep 18
Replying to @ATX_fight_club @TSLAQQ
20:1 Tesla/Bolts here, must be a major difference crossing the state line.
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