No, Elon is NOT Building a $25,000 Tesla Model 2

February 10, 2022

Rumors of a full self-driving $25,000 Tesla Model 2 have been circulating since “Battery Day” 2020, when Elon Musk himself first teased the idea and Tesla executives further hinted at a new car being developed to slot in below the model 3 in Tesla’s existing “S 3 X Y” lineup of all-electric cars in China. In a recent earnings call, however, Elon Musk broke what was sure to be sad news for many Tesla fans: there is no $25,000 Tesla on the horizon.

In addition to that disappointment, Tesla also pushed back the expected production date of both the hotly anticipated Tesla Cybertruck (first unveiled in 2019) and the second-generation Tesla Roadster (first shown in 2017) to 2023, while the company focuses its efforts on bringing the Tesla electric semi-truck and “Optimus” humanoid AI robot to production.

Despite assurances that the Roadster is coming, no new versions of the concept have been seen for some time. The same is not true of the Cybertruck, however, with an updated, more production-ready version of the slab-sided pickup concept showing up on Joe Rogan’s controversial Instagram feed as recently as last week. You can check those out for yourself, below …

https://www.instagram.com/p/CZOlT3buwtA/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

… then let us know which of the upcoming Tesla models you’re most excited about on our Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram pages.

Source | Images: Tesla, Joe Rogan.

No, Elon is NOT Building a $25,000 Tesla Model 2

February 10, 2022

Rumors of a full self-driving $25,000 Tesla Model 2 have been circulating since “Battery Day” 2020, when Elon Musk himself first teased the idea and Tesla executives further hinted at a new car being developed to slot in below the model 3 in Tesla’s existing “S 3 X Y” lineup of all-electric cars in China. In a recent earnings call, however, Elon Musk broke what was sure to be sad news for many Tesla fans: there is no $25,000 Tesla on the horizon.

In addition to that disappointment, Tesla also pushed back the expected production date of both the hotly anticipated Tesla Cybertruck (first unveiled in 2019) and the second-generation Tesla Roadster (first shown in 2017) to 2023, while the company focuses its efforts on bringing the Tesla electric semi-truck and “Optimus” humanoid AI robot to production.

Despite assurances that the Roadster is coming, no new versions of the concept have been seen for some time. The same is not true of the Cybertruck, however, with an updated, more production-ready version of the slab-sided pickup concept showing up on Joe Rogan’s controversial Instagram feed as recently as last week. You can check those out for yourself, below …

https://www.instagram.com/p/CZOlT3buwtA/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

… then let us know which of the upcoming Tesla models you’re most excited about on our Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram pages.

Source | Images: Tesla, Joe Rogan.

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