Elon Musk has delayed the Tesla product launch till Wednesday. He contends that more refinement is needed before the product can be unveiled before the public.
Tesla’s latest hyped-up product launch has been delayed by two day’s duration. Elon Musk was all set to introduce the product yet he has pulled back and said that it needs a bit more fixing. The product (whatever it is) is an unexpected thing. Tesla CEO, Elon Musk spoke of how the big day will now be Wednesday and that the secret gadget or piece of technology still needs some fine-tuning.
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Musk’s latest tweet contradicts his previous message on Twitter. His new message is that the product needs a few more tweaks before it is market-ready.
Moving the Tesla announcement to Wednesday. Needs a few more days of refinement.— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) October 16, 2016
The delay comes about while German regulation agencies are clamoring for attention. They claim that Tesla is using the term autopilot for the driver assistance function.
This has to stop according to the regulators. They describe this terminology as misleading. It has got to go. The regulators want the term expurgated from Tesla’s adverts. It only bamboozles the consumer base.
The false expectations and high hopes of the consumers will be dashed to the ground, say the regulators. Therefore, the sooner such terminology is whisked away, the better it would be for Tesla and the public.
Many individuals on Twitter have speculated regarding the novel product. Some gave hints that it could be a newer version of the vehicle known as Model 3.
Others claim that Tesla has been busy manufacturing an electric two wheeler. A motorcycle would definitely be something new for Tesla Motors. Tesla will add more sensors to its cars later on. This amendment lies in the cards somewhere.
Tesla has recently faced quite an onslaught from its clientele in Norway regarding its Model S P85D cars. The acceleration rate is the problem with this vehicle.
The car actually goes from 0-60 in just three seconds. The customers claim that this speed is less than what the car was advertised as being able to accomplish for its drivers.
According to DailyMail, 126 owners of these vehicles have signed a petition to get their money back from Tesla. Whether they will succeed in this endeavor is something which cannot be affirmed with surety right now.