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wait what? If any Pro do expect 15-20 hours on powerhouse notebook in anything other than lightest usage, they are living in the dream world. It will still be miles ahead of powerhouse competition, and any pro will be delighted by battery life unless it’s their first pro notebook. Comparing it to basic MacBook is like saying Ferrari is bad, because Prius have better MPG
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exactly. Give me some great new and favorite songs, while every once in a while play me some new episode of my favorite podcast, where I can occasionally join. Perfect. Just like radio. Only now I can personalize it instead of switching stations
15% improvement in a development facility they just started building is still pathetic. It will take some time just to build that building, then several years until prototypes and then many more years to bring it to production. For 15%?
Yeah, you are right about current price of such range. But the technology Lucid uses doesn’t cost nearly as much. It’s just they are new, so they need to amortise R&D over few cars. More they sell, lower the price. Motor shouldn’t be any more expensive than any other EV motor and battery is about double capacity of that found on cheap electric cars, which should add several thousands to price, but not 100k, probably not even 10k
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that’s ambitious goal. Beating the car that is in production right now, by about 10%… eventually…
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first, zero pedestrians and other vehicles were harmed in year of FSD beta-testing by public.
second, even posted video is non-sense and not dangerous at all. If you look at the display, it changed its mind, thought it cannot pass through straight and wanted to go right at the intersection. Pedestrians weren’t even on the road by then and the car was at the opposite part of the road (right side), so it could do it safely, same as any human. What made it unsafe was the intervention by driver, who forced the car to still go straight and so caused the car to move towards the pedestrians. That’s like if your wife wanted to turn on intersection, you would grab her wheel and steered the other way and then blamed her for unsafe driving.
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literally zero. This week, you can just walk to any friend who owns Tesla, pay for month of subscription and try it out yourself. See if anyone is stopping you from posting anything