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Tesla's big rig arriving September has 200 to 300 miles range

25 Août 2017

Next month, CEO Elon Musk has vowed to issue a prototype of its Tesla Semi Truck in a bid to expand Tesla's market beyond luxury cars.

Tesla's electric prototype will be capable of traveling the low end of what transportation veterans consider to be "long-haul" trucking, according to Scott Perry, an executive at Miami-based fleet operator Ryder System. Instead of waiting years for electric technology to be implemented in trucks and other commercial vehicles, Tesla has pioneered the idea once again by jumping into the bandwagon much earlier than their competitors which should favor the automobile industry as a whole. But there are more of those than you might think: The chief strategy officer of Toronto-based Fleet Complete told Reuters that those make up about 30 percent of U.S. trucking jobs. But Elon Musk has acknowledged that Tesla has met with potential buyers. "So it'll really just be a question of scaling volume to make as many as we can". Daimler officials say it will begin production in 2017 of an electric delivery truck with 160km range and a 4300kg, about 450kg less than its diesel counterpart. The shares of the vehicle company have increased 65% this year, but some people believe that Musk won't be able to reach his goals.

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The upcoming Tesla semi-truck has been getting plenty of attention lately, with its September unveil drawing closer by the day. About 22% of shares available for trade have been sold "short" by investors who expect the stock to fall. The competing Mercedes project has found a way around these range concerns, merely by designing their electric semi with an urban, short-range objective in mind.

Tesla did not immediately respond to a request for comment, but the company told the Journal that the Autopilot division has more than 100 people working on the technology and that departures can be attributed to growing competition in the space for talent. Perry is the source of the 200-300 miles per charge statement.