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Tesla’s Future Electric Semi Trucks Will Supposedly Have a Range of 200 – 300 Miles

Tesla’s Future Electric Semi Trucks Will Supposedly Have a Range of 200 – 300 Miles

Elon Mask promised that Tesla Semi Truck will come in September.

 

The Reuter’s new report states that they discovered the range of the truck.

 

A semi-truck fleet operator, an executive at Ryder System, claims that he met with Tesla and got informed about the planned range of 323-483km (200-300 miles) on a single charge.

 

As the FMCSA (Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration) reports “In 2015, 4,050 large trucks were involved in fatal crashes. According to MCMIS, 53,263 large trucks were involved in injury crashes, and 95,337 were involved in a tow away crashes.” A report which was released at the beginning of 2017 indicated that the installation of Tesla’s autopilot reduced crashes by 40%. This will allow saving more lives, as well as medical bills that are caused by just automating semis.

 

A report which was released at the beginning of 2017 indicated that the installation of Tesla’s autopilot reduced crashes by 40%. This will allow saving more lives, as well as medical bills that are caused by just automating semis.

 

However, this is not going to happen soon taking into consideration the present capabilities of Tesla truck. Now, Tesla’s semis are perfect for regional trips, but not a long interstate town.
Electric vehicles, as well as their self-driving futures, are an existing development of contemporary transportation.

 

 

 

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