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    Minnesota Tesla Owners Club

    I'm not dead yet! You'll find me most on the new club website Matt mentioned above.
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    Wiki Sudden Loss Of Range With 2019.16.x Software

    Thanks for reporting, and my sincerest condolences. As a 2013 S60 owner and 2012 S85 Signature owner, I had long since assumed Tesla was ignoring my cars, save for some poorly-tested video games that don't run well on the older hardware (despite emulating a system 100,000x slower than the CPU...
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    Anyone Guess How Many Pre-orders

    At least a fist full of pre-orders in Minnesota were made. It wasn't a line of 1200 people waiting in the rain at the store like the Model III. I think what's happened here is that there was absolutely no /wow/ factor, it was predictable, even down to how it would look. With that in mind...
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    Software Update 2018.48.x

    Same here. I was expecting it was not having autopilot for Pole Position. I sure wish they would fix these things, the bugs are so obvious that you don't want to show it off to anyone. The missing score info on the top of the screen is most obvious. I mean, they could not muck up the user...
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    North Dakota Superchargers (location speculation, discussion)

    Is that the 1st or 2nd iPace in Minnesota?
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    Supercharger - Alexandria, MN

    Dirty from an electrical signal perspective? Wow.
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    Supercharger - Alexandria, MN

    Superchargers are on hold until the end of this quarter or the next quarter by Tesla so they can show profitability. Heard that from my internal source/employee.
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    Tesla Dealship or Supercharger Maplewood MN

    It is due in September. Keep watching it.
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    Minnesota Superchargers (location speculation, discussion)

    Those are likely the urban superchargers. Designed for apartment dwellers and the like.
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    Blog Elon Musk Groans About Delphi’s $450M NuTonomy Acquisition

    I knew it. The GM Bolts are going out and getting drunk at bars which is why they are driving slowly through intersections and erratically. Makes perfect sense. :-P Thanks for the extra details, I appreciate learning here.
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    An Open Letter about My Model X Body Repair Experience...

    The Eden Prairie Service Center only takes customer repairs to one shop in town, even though it is not the shop that was servicing Roadsters for years before even the Model S was around. I know the shop you are dealing with and that's a consistent experience: long, expensive, and the blame...
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    Blog Elon Musk Groans About Delphi’s $450M NuTonomy Acquisition

    Snarkiness aside, the Bolt vehicles are getting rammed from behind on a regular basis. Also, they run red lights and that's why they aren't in San Francisco. Feel free to find that dashcam footage on Youtube.
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    Blog Elon Musk Groans About Delphi’s $450M NuTonomy Acquisition

    If I can interpret Mr. Musk's monosyllabic response, he is essentially saying "you have to be kidding. AI is hard. Doing it safely and right takes a lot of talent, money, time, and data. I'm not seeing a lot of anything like that here, only a turn-key attitude about an unsolved problem...
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    Consumer Reports Reviews SpaceX Falcon 9 Rockets

    I'm guilty of smug affirmations when people see my white Tesla with a black roof and ask if the car recharges with the solar panels they claim they see built into the roof. Saying things like "yeah, the charging cable is just for if I park outside in winter and snow accumulates" comes far too...
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    Consumer Reports Reviews SpaceX Falcon 9 Rockets

    For those who have gotten sick of the Consumer Reports versus Tesla war going on, I've decided everyone could use some levity on the matter and produced this fictional gem as an excerpt from a full review: Consumer Reports Reviews SpaceX Falcon 9 Rockets "Reliability on landing is average, or...

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