GAMECHANGER $19,999 Tesla May Come Sooner than Anyone Expects - Goodbye ICE Cars

Tesla sub $20,000 compact car is on its way and it could mean the end of gas cars. Giga Shanghai is preparing a design center that will unlock a much more affordable electric vehicle. Elon Musk has announced battery advances ans a reduces number of parts across the company's vehicle lineup. Tesla's 4680 batteries combined with a smaller vehicles and cheaper Lithium Iron Phosphate batteries, could be the key to a $19,999 Tesla. This could sweep the market and drastically speed up the switch from gas cars to electric vehicles.


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  • TMIO Tesla
    TMIO Tesla3 månader sedan

    Do you think Tesla will be able to break below $20,000 with the help of their China Gigafactory and 4680's? And when do you think an affordable Tesla EV like this will hit the road? Be sure to watch: Tesla Vision: seblacks.info/cold/video/b6Nq0LCJiYtne2U.html Tesla Giga Press: seblacks.info/cold/video/kYqkunuVq394qmk.html Visit our website themarketisopen.com for instant stock quotes and financial data.

  • alton gifford

    alton gifford

    Månad sedan

    @Jasper Stupid people often do that.

  • Call me Ishmael

    Call me Ishmael

    2 månader sedan

    @Francis Fukuyama Toyota has the second largest car market and brand loyalty in the world. Tesla has 1% of the market. Toyota can shtuff in a battery and power plant with ease when the time is right but they realize that the co2 myth can still pivot either way. Vw is holding out too as is Daimler, although everyone is making pleasant noises about green, sustainable, EV to keep on the ride.

  • JP Colin Design

    JP Colin Design

    2 månader sedan

    @polla2256 Amen!

  • Ronald Leckfor

    Ronald Leckfor

    2 månader sedan

    @polla2256 build quality of the body is not related to the price of the car for Tesla. In fact, build quality has been improving at Tesla on their least expensive models because in the drive to make the model 3 and Y quicker, Tesla has redesigned the entire machine they are building, moving to the Gigacaster, to cast the entire rear frame structure as one piece, which make a precise skeleton on which to mount the external body parts. That will lead to panel gaps you will think they spent ten hours on each vehicle to adjust to get the perfect panel gaps, when it just fits together right the first time, every time. Tesla is continuing that theme by moving forward, next with the front end, single cast piece with the same level of precise shape with repeating lands, waiting for the fenders, hood hinges and hood latch that needs no adjustment, front end parts that are placed and secured and the alignment is set by adjusting all parts to their positions BEFORE INSTALLATION, because when placed in the precision front frame, that will attach to the cast, center Structural Battery pack which has precisely mated easily to the front and rear cast structural member,, means initially with out wear of joints, the car is precisely aligned without being aligned. Right there saves an additional step in production. Starting with highly precise, under structure down to just three pieces instead of a thousand, means a better quality build because everything else, just falls into place. How the car gets way less expensive, yet still has improved range, in an electric car, is through the reduction in final curb weight of less than 2800 pound, the curb weight of a Dodge Dart in 1972, with a slant six and 18 gallons of fuel in its gas tank. Compare that curb weight with the current weight of the Model Y: Curb Weight* Long Range Battery, Dual Motor: 4,416 lbs or 2,003 kg GVWR** Long Range Battery, Dual Motor: 5,302 lbs or 2,405 kg With the three, lighter cast frames, one serving to contain the cells, and the same low rolling resistance and the lowest drag coefficient, high efficiency motor, not two motors,. The amount of 4680 cells in that structural battery pack will be reduced to the point the car is light and nimble, yet, still roomy and spacious inside, and use only 1/2 to 2/3s of the battery capacity, yet achieve an increase in range and yet have great acceleration.lighter mass cars don’t need as much torque or horsepower to achieve fast acceleration, and that lowers the need for high KWH Battery Capacity to achieve high range specifications. The car could still be all wheel drive, using the techniques, first used by single engined ICE cars, with a front to rear drive shaft with the less populated, battery pack and floor pan incorporating the traditional hump driveshaft tunnel, which can be a torque tube to repaint the structural rigidity, a technique used by Chrysler to make the 1980’s reappearance of Convertible front wheel drive cars. We have known the center hump in Rear Wheel drive cars forever, the hump will not be as huge, as there won’t be the big Bell housing for a Torque convertor containing transmission, just a normal Pumpkin differential at the non motor axle and an output shaft off the motor’s differential, for the driveshaft with a CV jointed driveshaft for smoothness. With the structural not dependent on the roof, don’t be surprised if Tesla introduces a Convertible version for more money. California and Southern states love convertibles, it’s just a matter of working out the coefficient of drag so the rang doesn’t go to crap. With a spacious Frunk up front, the loss of trunk space will still leave room for the groceries, luggage or golf clubs with the top down and stowed! The car will use the energy efficient, Heat Pump HVAC temperature controls system to control the temperature of the battery along with radiator cooling and to heat the battery to optimum temperature for charging. So to sum it up, an inexpensive to produce yet still offering performance, and The usual profit margin, will have these attributes; Precise from the get go, starting at the structures comprising it, making it quicker to build, a machine designed to be built quick, lowering production costs. Lightweight, 2500-2800 pounds, instead of due to the castings and structural battery pack. Use a single motor, to provide one of the three: rear wheel drive front wheel drive optional all wheel drive Reduced cell count / battery capacity Use the efficient, HVAC/Heat pump, Battery and cabin Temperature management without wasting electricity using constantly using PTC Resistance heating which tears up cold weather driving range. Their least expensive Tesla will become the most popular Tesla.

  • Bob Wallace

    Bob Wallace

    2 månader sedan

    @polla2256 Geeze, do you think there's anyone who might be taken in by your low quality FUD?

  • tony smith
    tony smith14 dagar sedan

    Still a but ugly car..

  • mmm bbb
    mmm bbb16 dagar sedan

    No, theyll keep the 20ks snd sell us the 35ks. By the time they have 20ks, other manufacturers will beat them to it. Theyll stay ‘premium’ brand at 35k. Then make money off people without cars using their 20k ai rides, bridging the gap. Theyre in no hurry.

  • E Vitoonbundit
    E Vitoonbundit20 dagar sedan

    Ramping up EVs will raise the issue whether generation/transmission/distribution of electricity will be able to facilitate that. Especially given that the US grid has been faltering far too often already.

  • D Momcilovic
    D Momcilovic21 dag sedan

    Soon means 2023, no…wait, maybe end of 2024…or perhaps 2025, and in Europe 2026…

  • jeannelle navas
    jeannelle navas26 dagar sedan

    I LOVE THE COLOR!!!

  • Dwight Vietzke
    Dwight Vietzke26 dagar sedan

    Even Tesla fan boys should be sceptical of this kind of click bait.

  • Truttt
    Truttt27 dagar sedan

    Omg a hatchback tesla would be so lit

  • J K
    J K28 dagar sedan

    I had to stop at the "20k tesla would "DECIMATE" the gas market" 2:03 cuz this prediction was pointless, overly optimistic and based on your emotional investment in Tesla. All these Tesla channels are nothing but positive news probably because they all rely on a constant stream of good news from Tesla and Elon Mus tweets

  • Mauricio Torres Madrid
    Mauricio Torres Madrid29 dagar sedan

    No doubt Tesla will hit the sub USD20,000.00 car from china and I will be ready to receive these vehicles in Colombia and Latin America with a great number of costumers ready to get them and with the charging infrastructure being built.

  • Peter Helander
    Peter HelanderMånad sedan

    Great video and questions but do actual POLLS that we can see results of! You can use FB or other platform to do the polls. Tons of free/good ones.

  • TMIO Tesla

    TMIO Tesla

    Månad sedan

    Thanks! What do you mean actual polls? All the polls are listed in the Community section seblacks.info/soft/BHPN8lTLpwhqSmPsuPWbCw.htmlcommunity I'm down to run a specific poll if you think certain interesting stats would benefit the community.

  • Liam Gray
    Liam GrayMånad sedan

    Who buys cheap batteries with pride? 😂

  • Martyn Davies
    Martyn DaviesMånad sedan

    It amazes me why its asumed everyone's desire is to own a Tesla. Because its the best EV? That may be, so then why doesn't everyone own a Toyota ICE car?

  • Muranaman
    MuranamanMånad sedan

    Now imagine making a hybrid out of the china model? Half their battery capacity to 100 miles, and add a constant thrust 600cc ptwin engine, that provides plenty of power to cruise at 2-2.5k RPM at

  • Muranaman
    MuranamanMånad sedan

    @1:41 Lolz, did this idiot just claim that the price of a telsa is now technically cheaper than an ICE car? XD @9:55 "tesla contains no cobalt"??? Another lie! Their batteries DO have cobalt, just a seriously reduced amount. @10:45 This is EXACTLY the PROBLEM with most people! Range anxiety! Doing as you say, will resolve to nothing. Range won't increase, many people won't need a car doing 300 miles, they need a car to comfortably do 500 miles! For Uber, I need it to do 600 miles, and even then with a Level 2 charger (2 phase) at 40 miles per hour charge, I can only charge the car by about half that (320 miles) overnight (8 hours). Unlike people with a job, Uber drivers often drive more than 12 hours a day, topping 14, 16, or even 18 hours sometimes. 11:51 REALLY? Like removing a shifter dial saves one money. They can get a $6 stick on BT shifter for all that's worth, you'll save $6 with this! THIS IS MAJOR BS MAN! This video guy lives in his own fantasy!

  • Stone Tool Company
    Stone Tool CompanyMånad sedan

    My concern is battery degradation over time. An ICE is rebuildable / replaceable at a relatively low cost compared to battery packs. I'm not a new car buyer. I've only ever bought 2 new cars and that was many years ago. The Tesla cars are "throw away" cars. What percentage of range reduction am I willing to accept? Not much. When a car reaches 80% range what is the resale value? To me it's near zero, though perhaps urban people commuting can still use it even if I can't. There is no reason why an electric car should not be able to go half a million or more miles except the battery. Logically batteries need to be easily swappable, and should belong to someone other than the car owner, and leased. For commuters, you use a shorter range (older) battery at a cheaper rate, for travel, you swap out to a high range battery for a premium. As the batteries age, they need to move down this lease price ladder, and ultimately when the car is scrapped become stationary batteries..... perhaps for home solar energy storage. The current haphazard development of EVs needs to change to get maximum utilization of batteries throughout their "useful life". For example a battery system for home storage is not constrained by weight, so batteries at 30% capacity might still be useful.

  • SeniorRonson
    SeniorRonsonMånad sedan

    If they hit 20k, ill buy one for sure

  • Webmaster Caribou
    Webmaster CaribouMånad sedan

    Most importantly when will batteries last 20 years? Also i want to be able to drive nonstop for 600 miles a day if needed.

  • Tyler Durden
    Tyler DurdenMånad sedan

    I have said for a while now... You need 600 mile range, 400 miles recharge in 15 minutes and under $30k loaded. Battery tech is all that is stopping Tesla from achieving all three of the above metrics. When you have all 3, that is death-rattle for ICE cars. Aptera is almost there as well. If they get their batteries from Tesla, they will be right there when Tesla makes their breakthrough.

  • grayzytube

    grayzytube

    Månad sedan

    Is a 600 mile range in the area you live a typical or average daily drive ? I would think it's not. It's probable that it's qute a small minority of daily drives and not woth much in car sales. The average commute in the US it isn't. In europe it's no more than 40km one way in the Uk it's less than 7,000m per year and of course batteries are charged o/night. Even 400m is unrealistically high with o/night charging.

  • Art Anderson
    Art AndersonMånad sedan

    Are you talking about $20,000 in today's dollars or future $20,000, worth much less due to the decline in the value of the dollar itself? Inflation is dramatically increasing and the value of the dollar is decreasing.

  • Guided Meditation
    Guided MeditationMånad sedan

    A ROBO taxi should be a tall and boxy offering to allow room for people. A swoopy sub compact is not what people want when they take a TAXI. Basically the NY Nissan based taxis make sense. They make it easy to get in and out of and yet are compact. But boxy tall cars are not sexy. It is possible for them to make one that is but it would need to be a completely stand alone submodel for tesla.

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    fw fwMånad sedan

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  • Brian Reid
    Brian ReidMånad sedan

    I predict this will be called Model 8.

  • Prue Phillip
    Prue PhillipMånad sedan

    For us in Australia that 25k car would still cost 33k.

  • QerO HK
    QerO HKMånad sedan

    People really don't understand the point, Car is FREE, ZERO, all you pay is usage, you pay $1 per mile or depends on useage, there'll be million rental car company willing to do so as auto drive available.

  • Betty Stewart
    Betty Stewart2 månader sedan

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  • cdelve3125
    cdelve31252 månader sedan

    So the Honda Fit leaves America and Tesla decides to make their own Fit?

  • Call me Ishmael
    Call me Ishmael2 månader sedan

    Another ‘over the horizon’ bit of sizzle from Tesla to keep the blogger channels alive and stock surviving. Time for another Roadster in Space to take our eyes off the subsidies propping up the firm. Or a steering ‘yoke’ that nobody wanted.

  • David Kempton
    David Kempton2 månader sedan

    Some will not want FSD feature. But others would LOVE it, as we age out of the reflexes needed for today's highway commute. Obviously a high-price add-on, but presumably cheaper than a Model 3 FSD. I hope Elon considers the retiree...

  • Tom Kennedy

    Tom Kennedy

    Månad sedan

    At some point, insurance companies will lower rates for FSD driving. No question, just a matter of time. The safety numbers are already clear. When those rate reductions happen, the total cost of ownership will continue to be driven down. I love driving! I race Miata's. But on the road, I let my Model 3 (auto pilot), drive as much as I can. Why? Relaxing and safer!

  • Michael Byrdsong
    Michael Byrdsong2 månader sedan

    The Model 3 is too small for me. I need leg and head room.

  • Mel B
    Mel B2 månader sedan

    Why is it that every EV enthusiast looks at the production of EVs compared to ICE vehicles concluding that electric will ’soon’ become the only cars on the road? They miss a very significant point, around 80% of cars on the road are second hand! EVs will still account for tiny proportion of cars on the roads for many years to come.

  • Len Gould

    Len Gould

    2 månader sedan

    Fewer than many people think. A light weight structure, single motor, LFP battery unit with 400 km range and 15 minute fast charge selling for $20 k would decimate the ICE market rapidly.

  • Panda Digital Love
    Panda Digital Love2 månader sedan

    It's 25k minimum as inflation kicks in.

  • Kat Snow
    Kat Snow2 månader sedan

    People want an AFFORDABLE vehicle with great MPG, be it a hybrid, all electric or gas! And nobody wants cars! We want crossovers, SUV's or trucks! For the sports mom's and dad's, the weekend campers and surfers, and getting to work! We don't need your ridiculous star trek tech, or your extras nobody ever uses, but looks cool on paper and power point presentations. Why would you only build a *green* car that costs more money than most people make in 10 years and then wonder why no one will buy it? Duh!

  • lonelyp zinck
    lonelyp zinck2 månader sedan

    All I can say is I wish SOMEONE would design a nice SEDAN EV, and stop making everything look like an SUV. I don't want an SUV. I keep asking Nissan when they will make a Sentra EV. I like my Leaf, but it is a hatchback.

  • Claes Gilered

    Claes Gilered

    2 månader sedan

    @bobbytookalook We can't make anything cheap in Sweden. Quality maybe, but it's too expensive. Looking forward to the days when this SUV mania ends.

  • Wham Baamer
    Wham Baamer2 månader sedan

    I already know its gonna be the Model 2. I saw it on discovery on google

  • Paul Capps
    Paul Capps2 månader sedan

    Yes and 2023

  • Sheila Joyner
    Sheila Joyner2 månader sedan

    I really hope that Tesla is able to develop the EV at the 19,999.00 price . I don’t care for the self driving cars. I would like to purchase an EV with good mileage, perform well, easy to maintain, not high price out of the pocket cost for maintenances, quiet, comfortable, and a nice size EV.

  • Phredd Phlintstone
    Phredd Phlintstone2 månader sedan

    I doubt they will ever get sticker below $30K. And I doubt it will be by 2025, regardless of Wright's Law. Wanting it to happen hasn't made Tesla hit any of it's goals on time yet.

  • cdelve3125

    cdelve3125

    2 månader sedan

    I can see them getting the base model to 25K for a very short period of time and agree that this is likely a car that will not be ready before the estimated time.

  • Null Void
    Null Void2 månader sedan

    when a billionaire tells you their company is "barely financially viable" LMAO! you simpletons will believe anything Musk says.

  • Ronald Leckfor
    Ronald Leckfor2 månader sedan

    What I expect out of the next $25,000 base price, Model Tesla expected in 2023. While most people expect the quality of a less expensive car to be reduced, they is not going to happen, it is going to be improved along with the new versions of it’s more expensive sisters, the Model 3, Y, S, X and CyberTruck. The quality of the body is not related to the price of the car for Tesla. In fact, build quality has been improving at Tesla on their least expensive models because in the drive to make the model 3 and Y quicker to build with quality, Tesla has redesigned the entire machine they are building, moving to the Gigacaster, to cast the entire rear frame structure as one piece, which make a precise skeleton on which to mount the external body parts. That will lead to panel gaps you will think they spent ten hours on each vehicle to adjust to get the perfect panel gaps, when it just fits together right the first time, every time. Tesla is continuing that theme by moving forward, next with the front end, single cast piece with the same level of precise shape with repeating lands, waiting for the fenders, hood hinges and hood latch that needs no adjustment, front end parts that are placed and secured and the alignment is set by adjusting all parts to their positions BEFORE INSTALLATION, because when placed in the precision front frame, that will attach to the cast, center Structural Battery pack which has precisely mated easily to the front and rear cast structural member,, means initially with out wear of joints, the car is precisely aligned without being aligned. Right there saves an additional step in production. Starting with highly precise, under structure down to just three pieces instead of a thousand, means a better quality build because everything else, just falls into place. How the car gets way less expensive, yet still has improved range, in an electric car, is through the reduction in final curb weight of less than 2800 pound, the curb weight of a Dodge Dart in 1972, with a slant six and 18 gallons of fuel in its gas tank. Compare that curb weight with the current weight of the Model Y: Curb Weight* Long Range Battery, Dual Motor: 4,416 lbs or 2,003 kg GVWR** Long Range Battery, Dual Motor: 5,302 lbs or 2,405 kg With the three, lighter cast frames, one serving to contain the cells, and the same low rolling resistance and the lowest drag coefficient, high efficiency motor, not two motors,. The amount of 4680 cells in that structural battery pack will be reduced to the point the car is light and nimble, yet, still roomy and spacious inside, and use only 1/2 to 2/3s of the battery capacity, yet achieve an increase in range and yet have great acceleration.lighter mass cars don’t need as much torque or horsepower to achieve fast acceleration, and that lowers the need for high KWH Battery Capacity to achieve high range specifications. The car could still be all wheel drive, using the techniques, first used by single engined ICE cars, with a front to rear drive shaft with the less populated, battery pack and floor pan incorporating the traditional hump driveshaft tunnel, which can be a torque tube to repaint the structural rigidity, a technique used by Chrysler to make the 1980’s reappearance of Convertible front wheel drive cars. We have known the center hump in Rear Wheel drive cars forever, the hump will not be as huge, as there won’t be the big Bell housing for a Torque convertor containing transmission, just a normal Pumpkin differential at the non motor axle and an output shaft off the motor’s differential, for the driveshaft with a CV jointed driveshaft for smoothness. With the structural not dependent on the roof, don’t be surprised if Tesla introduces a Convertible version for more money. California and Southern states love convertibles, it’s just a matter of working out the coefficient of drag so the rang doesn’t go to crap. With a spacious Frunk up front, the loss of trunk space will still leave room for the groceries, luggage or golf clubs with the top down and stowed! The car will use the energy efficient, Heat Pump HVAC temperature controls system to control the temperature of the battery along with radiator cooling and to heat the battery to optimum temperature for charging. So to sum it up, an inexpensive to produce yet still offering performance, and The usual profit margin, will have these attributes; Precise from the get go, starting at the structures comprising it, making it quicker to build, a machine designed to be built quick, lowering production costs. Lightweight, 2500-2800 pounds, instead of due to the castings and structural battery pack. Use a single motor, to provide one of the three: rear wheel drive front wheel drive optional all wheel drive Reduced cell count / battery capacity Use the efficient, HVAC/Heat pump, Battery and cabin Temperature management without wasting electricity using constantly using PTC Resistance heating which tears up cold weather driving range. Their least expensive Tesla will become the most popular Tesla.

  • Kadin Shino
    Kadin Shino2 månader sedan

    so what happens when you have to replace the battery for 10 or 16k. suddenly electric cars are not actually cheaper than their gas counterparts. so far advantage of gas cars is still longevity and reparability. still cheaper to do then a battery pack

  • H Boogie
    H Boogie2 månader sedan

    We still don't have the $30k Tesla what makes you think we'll get a $20k Tesla? lol.

  • Jordan Williams
    Jordan Williams2 månader sedan

    How will Tesla overcome the massive obstacle of lack of charging infrastructure in people's homes, especially in communal living environments (e.g., condos and apartments)? Even a $20k EV won't be viable en masse in the U.S. if people can't charge them overnight OR charging stations are as ubiquitous as gas stations are now.

  • Rolf Sjogren

    Rolf Sjogren

    Månad sedan

    This is why I still hesitate. As an NYC resident, I've never needed a car, except when I needed to rent one, maybe 6 times a year. I'm moving to Maryland, where I will definitely need a car, but if I drive to visit family in NYC, I will need to recharge at some public charging station before I can return to Maryland. So I'm looking at plug-in hybrid, but it seems like they suck compared to all-electrics.

  • cdelve3125

    cdelve3125

    2 månader sedan

    This is a very good point. I wouldn't recommend recommend an EV that can't charge at home or at work until they can charge as fast as filling up a gas tank.

  • cub35guy
    cub35guy2 månader sedan

    the problem with tesla is it cannot scale up production like major makers. as ford, gm, volvo, mercedes, bmw scale up, tesla will die. it can't even build a car now without massive fit and finish issues. imagine if it scales up production. it'll never happen.

  • J K
    J K2 månader sedan

    How many Tesla "promises" are you still waiting for?

  • J K

    J K

    2 månader sedan

    @x3Cay ...thanks for proving my point.

  • x3Cay

    x3Cay

    2 månader sedan

    how many have you missed ? :D

  • Nerys
    Nerys2 månader sedan

    lets not forget. AVERAGE is not the same as MEDIAN. Imagine 10 cars. 8 of them are $20,000 and 2 of them are $100,000 AVERAGE is $36,000 while MEDIAN is $20,000 Keep in mid over 60% of the entire population of this nation CAN NOT AFFORD an "average" price car at $40,000 and that same over 60% of the nation ALSO DOES NOT QUALITY for the Tax Rebates! (over 50% of the nation takes home $30k a year or less)

  • jared weiker
    jared weiker2 månader sedan

    Most people just have their standard car the love and buy. Me iv driven everything. I love Diesel trucks, old muscle cars, newer muscle cars. But I think Tesla is on a different level.

  • Itrytofly Butcrashalot
    Itrytofly Butcrashalot2 månader sedan

    lithium shortage

  • 2011Matz
    2011Matz2 månader sedan

    What is going on with SEblacks? All of these promises. Who are you trying convince? Why not just wait until it happens?

  • AxeMastersINC
    AxeMastersINC2 månader sedan

    You can give me one of these pieces of shit and I will sell it to some dumb ass.

  • KB NorCal
    KB NorCal2 månader sedan

    I'm waiting for Model 1, around $10,000.

  • 여배순임
    여배순임2 månader sedan

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  • Lawrence Oliver Cherry
    Lawrence Oliver Cherry2 månader sedan

    Absolutely! I’ve waited over 50 years for the RIGHT ELECTRIC CAR to return. It’s here now in Tesla and sooner than we think . Thank you Elon, Let’s talk power supplies soon, ok? Best LOC

  • robert hawkins
    robert hawkins2 månader sedan

    this new, cheaper, more efficient electric car need one or element. it has to be repaired when it breaks down. the car must be easy to repair. tesla must have repair shops or allow others to repair these cars for it to take over the market.

  • 812GUITARS Chavez
    812GUITARS Chavez2 månader sedan

    It's always the same thing with tesla. I promise the cheaper car and then they give you something at a 65% increase from what they promise. At some point I'm sure there's going to be a book written about how Elon musk has been grifting the entire Tesla Fanboy crowd for years. Think about how long he's been promising the cybertruck and even now has been saying it probably won't ever come out.

  • Roland the thompson gunner
    Roland the thompson gunner2 månader sedan

    Decimate the ICE car market ? Considering trucks and SUV’s are the top sellers in the US how exactly does he plan to do that ? Especially since he can’t keep up with demand now and many who want to own EV’s live in crowded cities with few charging options? I like Musk, but he needs to get off the pot and back to reality.

  • Peter Smangaliso Ngoma
    Peter Smangaliso Ngoma2 månader sedan

    Elon never said a 25k car will be a robotaxi... he said it will be FSD capable, thus capable to be a robotaxi

  • Steve
    Steve2 månader sedan

    Oh no.Not more taxpayer funded carbon credits

  • Steve

    Steve

    2 månader sedan

    @CanDo Stuff2 Subsidizing an industry vs one company is different. Hell Hollywood is subsidized by the State of California

  • CanDo Stuff2

    CanDo Stuff2

    2 månader sedan

    Do some research on US fossil fuel subsidies

  • Steve

    Steve

    2 månader sedan

    @CanDo Stuff2 Has nothing to do with Tesla in the US. I guess you don't pay for the energy you use

  • CanDo Stuff2

    CanDo Stuff2

    2 månader sedan

    In Australia last year the federal government subsidised the fossil fuel industry to the tune of 10.3 billion dollars. That's tax payers money

  • Ralph Clark
    Ralph Clark2 månader sedan

    Give me a proper cockpit or sod off

  • Wm. Perry Killam
    Wm. Perry Killam2 månader sedan

    Another cost reduction idea is the exoskeleton, like for the Cybertruck. It doesn't have to be less than $20,000 to sell well. Even a $25,000 car will sell more than they'll be able to produce.

  • Haroun D
    Haroun D2 månader sedan

    Besides a low starting price, Tesla should really focus on cheaper repairs. $16.000 repair cost (replacing the whole battery pack) for a broken plastic connector is just insane and Elon's talk about environment seems quite hypocrite this way. Source: seblacks.info/cold/video/roaI22l_iZyqe5g.html

  • Tri Pham
    Tri Pham2 månader sedan

    On wheel motor would use cheaper smaller motors and car body can be bought less than 5000 dollars add on the capacitor light battery then cost to produce less than 15000 and sell at 20 to 25000 is appropriate plus a fuel less electric generator of 5000 dollars then the cost totally less than 30000 for entirely life time of car use alignment with HP to use pc base com and and control is win win for California

  • Shahar Rozenbloom
    Shahar Rozenbloom2 månader sedan

    12K יותר עבור חגורות חשמליות שיכולות להימשך קדימה ואחורה אחרי או בזמן החיגור לרצועה במודל 3 וS ו

  • Shahar Rozenbloom
    Shahar Rozenbloom2 månader sedan

    The 20K Model 2 will have Up to 3 Smaller Engines in killer idea with smaller Engine. In Patent. And every Upgarde Engine cost 4,500$ more.

  • Michael Carulli
    Michael Carulli2 månader sedan

    Change speed to 1.25 or 1.5. You're welcome

  • Dr Disco
    Dr Disco2 månader sedan

    I'm buying a $2000 Chanli electric truck. F Tesla

  • forever LG & Blomberg  wonder
    forever LG & Blomberg wonder2 månader sedan

    I hope this. Car will be available in the uk as well as the USA.

  • Robert D
    Robert D2 månader sedan

    I only put about 4000 miles/year on my 2013 Altima and about 6000 on the truck, mostly from towing the camper. My goal is to keep driving these until not only are EV's more affordable but also that I don't have to wait a year and a half to get one. I'll wait 6 weeks, that's it. Otherwise, I'll stay with gas powered.

  • Nut Bastard

    Nut Bastard

    2 månader sedan

    At this point ICE cars are almost a solved problem, so I think a lot of us are going to be driving our Japanese econoboxes until the wheels fall off, probably another 10 years, before making the switch. My '04 Civic only has 75k on the clock, it is nowhere near end of life. That'll take another 200k miles.

  • chris townsend
    chris townsend2 månader sedan

    Just because EV's might become cheaper than ICE vehicles is absolutely no guaranty that they will out sell the ICE vehicle. There are many reasons people use to decide what to spend their money other than just price. Until you can find a place to charge youe EV as easily as a gas or diesel station for an ICE and spend no more time to get it completely charged, not the 80% I keep reading it will keep many people from buying an EV. I do believe the EV will be a large part of the future but, not the only option for a very long time. Realize every product consumed is moved by some kind of diesel vehicle. Boats, trains and trucks.

  • smiphi
    smiphi2 månader sedan

    Oh please! This will be another promise of a cheap Tesla. But you will need to pay double or more to get a version with range…let alone anything even approaching quality!

  • CanDo Stuff2

    CanDo Stuff2

    2 månader sedan

    All Tesla cars are the same quality. The difference is the number of battery cells.

  • Katlyn Klassen
    Katlyn Klassen2 månader sedan

    The gass savings makes up the difference. My next vehicle will be electric but I am keeping my ice cars.

  • Intergalactic Gamer
    Intergalactic Gamer2 månader sedan

    Meanwhile Tesla roadster May come later than expected.

  • august van suchtelen
    august van suchtelen2 månader sedan

    Great content here thank you kindly .. you earned my subscription Have a good weekend

  • John Laccohee-Joslin
    John Laccohee-Joslin2 månader sedan

    I am a little concered at where the information came from to price a small I.C.E car. The real truth is that across the world the cost of a small car comes out at about $30,000, plus the cost of putting it on the road. The current trend seems to be to sqeeze the hell out of any and every body who needs a car. Not only this but the car has so many whistles and bells on it you are going to spend the next ten years finding out what does what, plus The biggest punch of the lot is the fact that at least one third of this car is going to have to be replaced as you come to fifty thousand miles you are heading to car bills that do not fall much short of being better off to go buy another car because ofbthe cost if parts. Many cars for some reason that i have yet to work out, for the simple reason that the parts were never put togethsr to do their best, heres a goodvexample. You buy a Ford small car that has a metal belt that actually drives the thing, when at school every one was taught that if you keep bending a big of metal back and forth, in the end it will break because metal does that. We are now exspected to forget what we were told, and spend a large sum of money for a car that is driven by a metal belt that we are told we will be lucky if it lasts for thirty thousand miles before it breaks, and on doing so sents hundreds of little bits of metal into places they were never ment to be, this means that you are going to have to have a new gearbox, if you are lucky or if not replace a car that has done say thirty five thousand miles, which has now gone up in price, and most clearly, even to the most stupid of us has never had to use any ofbthevwhistles and bells. The very best of what can be said is that they should go dig up Mr, Ford whos old cars might not have gone fast. I live in Australia and i own a Ford Fiesta with one of these belts, i now look at it with the frightening thought that at any time this stupid belt could break at any time with 33,3334 on the clock, my first car was a Ford Falcon X.B. which is still running, which spares are a reasonable price, i could keep it in good condition doing a lot of the work myself. In total this means that since 1981 to 2021 the whole motor industry has managed to take one giant step backwards, makes cars with the express purpose of going wrong, and even put the little computer in there to tell you its gone wrong and that you cannot fix it. I dont think it matters now which car you buy, they are it seems built the same way, unless you have a big heap of cash and can afford one of the better well known cars, that only a win on the lottery is going to come your way. I bought ford because they were always making sure that huge things like the gear box or engine were quickly recalled when a major problen arose that was a bad design or badly made and the problem put right, today the answer is usually that according to most reports the problem can as if by majic be made better by ajusting the computer, i am cencerned that these companies think joe public is that stupid, if half the teeth are missing on a gear because of mechanical failure, i have yet to see the computer that re grow teeth on gear wheel, and frankly find the very idea of such a stupid coment rather insulting, or put another way is on par with the fact that the computer fairy can put it right, please show me the computer fairy, i have some question to ask!!!!!

  • Devin Heaps
    Devin Heaps2 månader sedan

    That's ugly and weak looking. Might as well buy a geo metro. Tesla doesn't do ugly and weak looking vehicles. It would hurt their brand.

  • Richard Owens
    Richard Owens2 månader sedan

    I can't wait till they come out with an electric car that allows the user to dial up either acceleration or range as they desire.

  • Nut Bastard

    Nut Bastard

    2 månader sedan

    I mean, Tesla's already have that with their regular, sport, and ludicrous modes.

  • Tamas Kalman
    Tamas Kalman2 månader sedan

    in a world when no one commutes anymore, its a bit too late :)

  • Chandler Bartholomew
    Chandler Bartholomew2 månader sedan

    I don't need a self driving car, I just want a decent $20,000-$30,000 EV, because gas is way to expensive.

  • Lucas Parker

    Lucas Parker

    2 månader sedan

    @Onika Tangiro I still use my consultant, I found her through a Bloomberg newsletter sometime in August last year and she has guided me grow my Investment from $ 185k now $ 430k.

  • Onika Tangiro

    Onika Tangiro

    2 månader sedan

    that actually seems very practical and straightforward, have you used the services of such consultant before?

  • Charles Clifford

    Charles Clifford

    2 månader sedan

    with no retirement plan yet, any suggestions on accumulating a million dollar p or t f o l io within 12-18 months? I have currently saved a capital of $ 225k.

  • TheAnnoyingBoss

    TheAnnoyingBoss

    2 månader sedan

    @Chandler Bartholomew if trump was in charge gas would be cheap, electric would be cheap. And we could have whatever we wanted. Under Biden he's going to jack up gas costs forcing everyone into electric expiramental shitboxes that cost too much and then the electricity will go up. Not only will it cost more to charge your car, it'll cost you more to charge your phone or run your fridge and hottub ect.

  • Chandler Bartholomew

    Chandler Bartholomew

    2 månader sedan

    @TheAnnoyingBoss It would under Trump.

  • Mighty Mousy
    Mighty Mousy2 månader sedan

    If Hedge funds would stop screwing with American companies and bleeding them dry, maybe we could offer our workers insurance and maternity leave as well as competitive market prices on materials.

  • Matthew Huszarik
    Matthew Huszarik2 månader sedan

    False comparison. Compare the cost of ownership of a Tesla and a Camry Hybrid.

  • Wop wop
    Wop wop2 månader sedan

    Elon: fails to deliver on his promise of $35k car Random nerds online: oh yea he’ll definitely achieve his promise of $20k car

  • A R
    A R2 månader sedan

    I’m happy to pay the price considering our local SoCal gas prices. At $4.50/gallon, my v6 takes me 240 city miles/tank for $80....the EV option would be approx $12 per charge for the same range. Based on my math, it’s $6300 to drive on gas each year based on the current gas price versus $936 for the EV option, no more oil change, smogging or trips to the gas station, I’m sold!

  • Chad Croteau

    Chad Croteau

    Månad sedan

    But there’s always Biden’s new mileage tax to offset all those savings! Unfortunately. Love EVs myself. was hugely disappointed to find the admin snuck that tax into their latest legislation. Never a break for the average joe.

  • jungfrau918
    jungfrau9182 månader sedan

    Now if we could only get Elon to upgrade the electrical grid in all areas of the country where he will have the most sales.

  • SoulEpitome AlFa

    SoulEpitome AlFa

    2 månader sedan

    👍🏾

  • Esteban Fernando Forero Montejo
    Esteban Fernando Forero Montejo2 månader sedan

    He needs to create another low-res car to make it cheap

  • Nut Bastard

    Nut Bastard

    2 månader sedan

    I am fully on board for a retro-funky cyber-hatch. Stainless steel like the cyber truck, body style that takes notes from the boxy hot hatches of the 80's like the Corolla FX, Corolla AE86 (Trueno) the VW Rabbit etc. OR maybe go in a more Corrado or DeLorean direction. They won't do it because market analytics, but I'd really love it if they made a true hatch - 3 doors, 2 for people, 1 for stuff. Make it four bucket seats, 2+2. 99.9% of the time, 99% of cars only have one person in them, and the usual passenger load is just one more person. So a 2+2 makes sense. This won't be a family car - breeders can just get a Y.

  • 160sharp
    160sharp2 månader sedan

    I’ll be saving up for a cyber truck but if That doesn’t work out

  • Camarosspr Camarosspr
    Camarosspr Camarosspr2 månader sedan

    Just like the $35k Tesla is at $50k The $19k Tesla will be the $35k tesla

  • Bob Wallace

    Bob Wallace

    2 månader sedan

    The lowest price Tesla is less than $40k. And Tesla did sell a $35k Model 3 for awhile. They had to raise the price due to an increase in supplier costs.

  • Johnny Sved
    Johnny Sved2 månader sedan

    Lowering production costs does not automatically mean lower retail prices! There is no reason for Tesla to lower their profit margins before competition drives them to do so. Instead they can go for higher margins until the competition is there. As long as lack of production capacity is limiting supply we will not see a < 20 k$ Tesla.

  • Johnny Sved

    Johnny Sved

    Månad sedan

    @grayzytube Musk is the CEO of Tesla, not a majority owner. He does a great job. Drives innovation, a global transfer to renewable energy and maximise return on the investments investors have made in Tesla. If it was a charity you would be able to buy cheaper versions of 3 and Y already.

  • grayzytube

    grayzytube

    Månad sedan

    I think Musk isn't a mainstream greedy capitalist oike Goldman Sucks (sic)

  • Makise Kurisu

    Makise Kurisu

    2 månader sedan

    Yeah, Tesla orders are saturated enough already, they're selling every single car they make!

  • John Savage
    John Savage2 månader sedan

    Ok, a used Nisson Leaf costs $6-7 grand roughly. And to replace the battery pack costs $8500. And this Tesla is going to cost $20 grand. I still don't see an electric vehicle in my future. Not unless they become self charging. Teenagers are making self charging go-carts, and Tesla can't or won't make a self charging car? Seems he's too busy trying to turn things into a Terminator movie. Star Link? Phooey. Why isn't DishTV and DirectTv doing this? They have the satellites up already. What is going on? Tesla's next great battery! Yeah, right! The Chinese are eating his lunch, and dinner. They stole his technology and are now telling him to go get lost.

  • Game Man
    Game Man2 månader sedan

    Waiting for Honda's solid state battery EV to put the car under 20k

  • CanDo Stuff2

    CanDo Stuff2

    2 månader sedan

    Keep waiting

  • ITILII
    ITILII2 månader sedan

    Yes good old China ...lower labor (slave) costs and other factors, such as no regards for human or worker's rights, the environment, intellectual property, patents, and copyrights...we send them our money and jobs, and they send us pandemics, piracy, pollution. As one could expect from a regime that since 1949 has killed over 100 MILLION Chinese......time to make "American" companies move BACK to America...and hire American workers and pay American taxes !!!!!!!!!!!

  • mauro volpe
    mauro volpe2 månader sedan

    Mr Musk, what a Man with a Capital U, with his intelligence and stubbornness he will ferry us towards the future without false ideologies only for our good, the states should grant him in addition to the investments seen the results more possibilities to undertake shorter paths always for our interest the fox

  • Kolila Gephart
    Kolila Gephart2 månader sedan

    If China decides to achieve a certain price point nothing can stop it ,but with the US not willing to build power plants then so what. Owning a car you can't charge because of rolling black outs what's the point . When the power is rationed where will you be in line? Having solar panel at home while your car sits at work all day?

  • Kolila Gephart

    Kolila Gephart

    2 månader sedan

    @Gordon Warlow Are you Prussian , you think in facts and logic , so boomer. How many new power plant are coming on line or being built. The charging station will be taken over by Walmart campers ,just pull plug in turn on the AC.

  • Gordon Warlow

    Gordon Warlow

    2 månader sedan

    So, due to “rationing power”, not only would you not be able to charge your car, you would also not be able to keep food fresh in a refrigerator, cook your food or heat your home? I think not being able to charge your vehicle would be the least of your concerns. Just as there were few gas stations when the automobile first came on the scene, so it is with EV charging infrastructure. It will grow to accommodate the needs of EV owners, just as it grew to fuel the increasing number of ICE vehicles decades ago.

  • Mike Farrington
    Mike Farrington2 månader sedan

    A new Bolt EV (2021, of which there are plenty still available) can be had for ~$20K. They're great cars. So long as you're not going on frequent 500+ mile road trips and will be charging at home, they're perfect. We've owned ours for 2yr 2mo and have already put over 60K miles onto it. We've only ever had to use a fast charger 2 times on days where we had a lot going on. People seriously over-estimate how often they'll be driving 250+ miles in a day. If you're frequently road tripping, Tesla is the undisputed king due to the current state of charging infrastructure. But if you're not doing that often, a $20K Bolt EV will serve you well.

  • Kaneanite

    Kaneanite

    Månad sedan

    @CanDo Stuff2 That only the 2017, '18, and '19 models, the 2021 model doesn't explode.

  • Kaneanite

    Kaneanite

    Månad sedan

    @nicodaemos Same here, if i could get a 2021 Bolt EV for 20K i'd snap it up in a heartbeat.

  • CanDo Stuff2

    CanDo Stuff2

    2 månader sedan

    Bolts spontaneously combust when you charge them. GM says you must monitor your Bolt when charging and not to do it in your garage.

  • nicodaemos

    nicodaemos

    2 månader sedan

    Where are you finding a $20k Bolt EV??? I'd consider one at that price.

  • LiamE69
    LiamE692 månader sedan

    Given that you can buy a 4 door EV with a 150+ mile range for under $9k in China today a sub $20k car doesn't need top break much new ground.

  • Smooth Rider
    Smooth Rider2 månader sedan

    Hey remember when Musk said he wouldn't sell out America and American workers? That made in China Tesla's would only be sold in China? Remember that?

  • Smooth Rider

    Smooth Rider

    2 månader sedan

    @Tim Foote Lucid will compete (or beat)

  • Tim Foote

    Tim Foote

    2 månader sedan

    Don't overlook he is also competing in a 'small market' in Germany against the likes of BMW, Bercedes Benz, Audi, VW. His Model S plaid was a gigantic wake up call to any car manufacturer. 0-60 under 2 seconds and acceleration that keeps climbing at that rate? Nothing compares. To get close to that performance you're looking at million dollar cars. It's tough to critique Tesla at current and it doesn't look like they will be sitting on their hands.

  • Smooth Rider

    Smooth Rider

    2 månader sedan

    @Brian Stevens haha well I'd say I was highly sceptical.

  • Brian Stevens

    Brian Stevens

    2 månader sedan

    Did you believe him?

  • B D
    B D2 månader sedan

    i will never own a car where the turn singal is on a TV screen is unsafe as hell. if they put the speed and turn signal back where is normal i will get one.

  • Jim Vonn
    Jim Vonn2 månader sedan

    yes if Tesla introduces a sub 20k before others that would be the new Model T or VW bug. But it is a huge IF and when. Will it achieve that with half the range? Will it achieve that with half the seats? Will the real prices be $30,000 if you want FSD and extended range features? Will it only be made for China? Do we need to wait for Solid State for this advancement and if so won't others be right on their tail or maybe ahead? The Ifs are always the bug when nothing yet is out.

  • Uncle Joe
    Uncle Joe2 månader sedan

    Hopefully Tesla can make us a nice MX-5 beating 2 seat convertible from this platform. I'm only surprised that MG/SAIC haven't dropped an AUD $22-25k MX-5 beater yet as the MG name = small, affordable roadsters.

  • Uncle Joe
    Uncle Joe2 månader sedan

    People dump on Musk, but in a world without heroes at least we have a visionary.

  • airtime89410
    airtime894102 månader sedan

    GM and Ford are DOA

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