Wednesday, March 6, 2019


Okay, we are finally to see Tesla 3s delivered to customers, and production cars out on the road. Hell, it’s been a while. The project has been bedeviled with problems – both in design, production and not to mention the calamity caused by founder Elon Musk.

So, it’s Tesla’s moment in the spotlight, and guess what?

It looks like this problem-plagued project is just going to get a just a few seconds to its moment of glory.

Jaguar has already impressed the automotive world, and owners, with its i-Pace; and now, Volvo subsidiary, Polestar, announces that the Polestar 2 will debut at the upcoming Geneva Salon.

Expect some more challengers to be shown in Geneva, and then get ready for the Tesla 3 blowback, which I think will be inevitable.

As Tesla is not a real car company, in the conventional sense, they get things wrong, even as it is breaking boundaries and being bold. Some guys can’t take a break!

Never mind Elon, I’m sure the world is very impressed with Space-X (I know I am), and that your company has been chosen by NASA to resume space flights to the moon, and maybe beyond. That’s an impressive example of one-upmanship at work. Tesla 3? Let's say it's just a blip!

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