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    Model Y standard range is here

    This less expensive Standard Range version should definitely help increase sales.
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    Is Model Y a luxury car?

    Great thread, and some excellent points in response. If Tesla is not a traditional luxury car then at the very least it is a new category of luxury, perhaps "tech luxury"? Tesla not only makes us question what a luxury car is, but what a sports car is. Is a Tesla more like a Lamborghini or a...
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    Why not buy a Mustang Mach-E?

    So you don’t think kids are a reliable source of information on what up and coming trends are in our world? Now I’m the one that doesn’t know what to say! Kids are THE source for these things. But don’t take my word for it, take a moment and entertain yourself by watching this clip about kids...
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    Interior Detailer

    I use the protectant. I have never tried the cleaner.
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    Uber and Lift leaving California, potential opening for a RoboTaxi fleet?

    I wouldn’t be surprised if California figured out a way to apply this law to Tesla’s planned Robotaxi fleet: either they would have to treat me (and other Tesla owners) as employees :rolleyes:, or they would have to treat the cars themselves as employees (after all, Tesla cars are special, most...
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    What's up with TSLA stock? Over $2000.

    Also, Papa fox has some pretty astute commentary on why TESLA stock is doing what it’s doing on a daily basis: Papafox's Daily TSLA Trading Charts
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    What's up with TSLA stock? Over $2000.

    Check out this sticky thread for every possible theory you’ll ever want to know on TESLA stock: Tesla, TSLA & the Investment World: the 2019-2020 Investors' Roundtable
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    Is it normal for vehicles to jump around on the traffic display?

    When I first got my Model 3 last summer I wondered the same as you. Over the last year with new software releases it has actually gotten better (less “dancing” going on, etc.). What you are describing is also what I see on mine, but I don’t pay much attention to it anymore, other then to...
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    So Who Will Be Watching this All-Electric Cadillac Lyriq REVEAL 8/6/20 7pm EDT!?!?

    So far it looks like they have the SHOW car version up on their website: Introducing Cadillac LYRIQ: An All-Electric Future
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    So Who Will Be Watching this All-Electric Cadillac Lyriq REVEAL 8/6/20 7pm EDT!?!?

    The Cadillac Lyriq, all-electric crossover SUV! Everyone’s doing “reveals” now. Read about it here: Watch live 7 p.m.: Cadillac Lyriq electric luxury SUV reveal to include live Q&A Watch the 7pm EDT Reveal/Debut live here: LYRIQ Live Reveal
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    Tesla Will Lease You A Model Y For $499 Per Month

    This is one of the better threads I've seen on lease vs purchase pro's and con's regarding Tesla. It's nearly impossible to nail down a definitive answer because many of the variables are constantly changing, not to mention the fact that no one can predict the future (depreciation, etc.). But...
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    PPF or Ceramic in Phoenix

    PPF is like a clear wrap that you put on all or part of the car. It is usually done only once for the life of the car (mine has a 10-year warranty). Ceramic coatings are like a clear coat over your paint (and applied over PPF as well). Mine is a less expensive ceramic with a 5-year warranty...
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    PPF or Ceramic in Phoenix

    If you mean the ceramic window tint: SunTek CIR 30, including Side windows Back window and top window, $800 from Shane's If you mean the ceramic coating on the exterior paint: $599 from Race Day Detail (this was NOT their top-of-the-line ceramic coating)

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