So we got an ‘offer’ through.
Any thoughts on the value of this and if it affects residual value on sale?
I was really only considering the €3800 option.Seems to me that it rather depends on the industry's ability to surmount the legal and regulatory obstacles that currently render "self-driving" software a fun but expensive toy (and thus it's cash that you won't recoup on resale). It'll happen, but how long will we have to wait? Of course as those barriers start to fall, the price that Elon charges for his software will rise. But I wouldn't spend the money yet.
on a test drive I loved the theatre of the summon function but the parking didn't seem worthwhile.. the autopilot on motorways was a hoot but requires nerves of steel as articulated lorries hurtle by! the need to put hands on wheel frequently tends to interrupt one's enjoyment of a good bookI was really only considering the €3800 option.
Your line "they'll be doing a lot of motorway journeys" means only the Tesla 3 for me. The Supercharger network is reliable and I have yet to have hsd to wait in 3+ years.
Actually no...Your line "they'll be doing a lot of motorway journeys" means only the Tesla 3 for me. The Supercharger network is reliable and I have yet to have hsd to wait in 3+ years.
Some people nearby do run a cable from the house to the car across the pavement, using a rubber ramp for pedestrians
I don't know, but there's plenty of irresponsibility to share around. From the FT: 'Each bitcoin transaction uses the same amount of power as 436,000 through the Visa payment system.' BTC is bad enough, but it really riles me when so-called green companies like Tesla turn out to be exactly the opposite. If Tesla can't be bothered to be properly green, why should consumers? It sets an extremely poor example and gives fuel (no pun intended) to those who are sceptical about green initiatives.How does one calculate the carbon footprint of owning Bitcoin, if it gets traded via 10 people do they all take the full hit?