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  1. M

    Supercharger - Firebaugh, CA (I-5 / West Panoche Rd, LIVE 13 Nov 2020, 56 V3 stalls)

    Just found a Tweet indicating there are some 50 or so Superchargers currently being built in Firebaugh, CA. Didn’t get the address yet, but based on the build size, it shouldn’t be hard to find. Whoa!!! Bryan on Twitter
  2. navt

    How Tesla Builds Its Factories So Quickly

    If you are a bit of an engineering geek like me, you might enjoy this.
  3. Leopold Stotch

    Autopilot through construction!

    Autopilot did really well, have a look! Let me know what you think. Started a YouTube channel, videos will get better with time as I learn to edit.
  4. Missile Toad

    Nacogdoches, TX Construction

    Looks like Nacogdoches Supercharger, in East Texas is approaching completion. Construction seems to have been under-way since the beginning of the month. 2615 N Stallings Dr Nacogdoches, TX 75964 @BlueShift Hopefully, it will be complete for my transit through East Texas later this month.
  5. fasteddie7

    Update and autopilot disabling itself

    After the newest firmware update I've noticed autopilot automatically disabling itself in construction zones. I travel this road daily and I have never experienced it before the last two days.
  6. delanman

    Supercharger: Maryland House I-95 Construction Update

    Current state of construction as of July 5, 2017
  7. fasteddie7

    Autopilot HW1 or infrastructure improvement

    After 6 months of autopilot requiring me to disengage it on the same stretch of road everyday on my commute to work, it has suddenly started navigating the road without need for me to take over. Problem is I don't know if it was the update or the repaving of the road. Construction started on...
  8. S

    The boring company goes to mars

    Does anyone else think that really the ultimate goal of the boring company is to create the first long term habitable buildings on mars? In order to protect the early setlers from solar radiation they need to go down about 100 meters below the surface of the planet. Not only that but in the...