“I would watch, listen to these radio talk shows just tear Tesla apart; and I go, ‘Here’s a guy, building an American car in America, using American labor. Why are you not rooting for it to be successful? Why do you wish it would fail?’ I don’t quite understand.” – Jay Leno
Tesla’s next-gen roadster to take spotlight on upcoming episode of Jay Leno’s Garage
— Read on www.teslarati.com/tesla-roadster-preview-jay-lenos-garage/
The Tesla Model 3 teardown shows the Model 3 is far ahead of the competition. “Military grade components” is not typical of a consumer car at any price.
It is one of the reasons I am comfortable with owning a six-figure vehicle from a small volume manufacturer. Initial indications are that my 5 year old P85 Performance will continue to have far fewer problems than any BMW I’ve owned. I won’t be surprised if it surpasses the ’93 Toyota MR2, the best quality car I ever owned, with regard to longevity of components.
As for the article citing a concern over profitability of the lower-enf $35,000 Model 3 ; I think they’ll at least break even or turn a small profit on every unit. Tesla continues to scale powertrain component manufacturing including battery production. I’d not be surprised if we hear that Tesla has lowered the battery pack costs by 20% within 12 months making the $35k Model 3 profitability much easier to reach.
Read the article at Business Insider.
An interesting and informative article on getting access to your “Personal Drivable Tesla Server” and in-car LAN. One of many articles I’ve read this week that show just how far ahead of the industry veterans Tesla is in many ways. Over-the-air updates and other vehicle tech are just one part of the equation. I’ve been reading a lot about how far ahead of the competition Tesla is on hard components, manufacturing processes, and other elements required to build a techno-centric vehicle in 2018.
Now for the techie stuff about hacking a Tesla from this 2015 article:
Hacking a Tesla Model S: What we found and what we learned
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I am completely baffled by this one and hope one of my techie friends can help.
I’m using a PHP class with magic methods to set and get the properties of that class. The idea is to use private properties in the class so that the PHP magic methods can take over and determine whether to update a WordPress user meta entry, blog entry, or standard option based on which proper of the class is being retrieved or stored.
Python, C and C++ top the list.