Personally i do not like teslas ....why electric equals pussy .......gasoline baby !!!!gas powered ........you cannot sell me a hemi electric.........i would not have a HEMI ......or they are trying to sell tucks electric teucks ....they are for nutless retired guys .......who go shopping .......nothing beats gas .....electric vehicles do not good in cold ......anytime been proved ......... look at the idiots that got caught in the storm ........unless you are in side a garage .......which woman usually make their men use as a man cave .......pussy room ....more like ,,,,its not really much good aprt for goimgt o the mall and back ....of course if you have money and pretend to care about climate bollocks ........and do not care about african kids digging for day for lithium .....for peanuts ....well not exactly peanuts thay might get rice and a few shekels ........for their trouble and illness form the mining but you do not care you do not see it its okay and elon sure s fuck does not care ,....if he did .......but he doesn't
top 5 Fun Facts about Tesla Electric Vehicles
Tesla has been synonymous with visionary cars with futuristic technology. The electric car enthusiasts worldwide are now waiting for Tesla’s upcoming EV series models. Taking the company ahead from a technology-centered car manufacturer, to a sustainable solar electric economy, CEO Elon Musk has transformed the electric vehicle market with his futuristic vision and forward-thinking ideas. Here are a few fun facts related to the Tesla car features.
Open Source Patents
With a mission "to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable energy", Tesla has taken a unique step by removing all of its patent rights and opening them to the public. This will enable other companies to use Tesla’s design and features in their own productions. Elon Musk considers this policy as a necessary step toward the advancement of electric vehicle technology. Well, with their signature features and heavily popularized designs on the market, only Tesla can show such guts!
Record of Safest Car
Tesla cars have repetitively proven to be among the safest vehicles on road. Tesla Model S and Model X have already held National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) records of respectively having the lowest and second-lowest injury probabilities. Model 3 currently holds the record for the safest car ever built, with six IIHS crash test passes and the Insurance Institute of Highway 2019 Top Safety Pick+ award.
Largest Dashboard Screen
Tesla electric cars feature the largest control and infotainment screens built to date. Making physical dials behind the steering wheels promptly outdated, the Tesla dashboard screens make for the entire dashboard console and control unit.
Protection from Bio-Warfare
Tesla has always taken the word ‘futuristic’ very seriously! The Tesla Model X has a pre-installed self-protective mechanism for keeping the vehicle and riding passengers safe against any bio-warfare condition. The Model S also has a similar feature, which helps keep the vehicle filtered from all airborne viruses, allergens, and bacteria.
Tesla has made the utopia of ‘green vehicle’ a feasible reality. With their hi-standard HEPA filtration system, Tesla models maintain healthy air quality by regularly purifying the air inside the car. The pre-installed system also proficiently bars the outside polluted air from entering the cabin, even though ducts and other non-detectable ways.
YouTube Video Chapters Now Makes It Easier to Find What You Want in a Video
It seems as though YouTube has made viewing video content even easier for its users. Videos from your favorite streamers and content creators now have the option of coming with chapters, meaning you can skip straight to the good parts.
Testing With YouTubers
YouTube rolled out its new Video Chapters feature with some of its more popular content creators to test the waters. This new change proved to be a success, and now the video platform is rolling out the new service platform-wide. People who view YouTube via desktop, iOS, or Android devices can now enjoy the new feature.
How It Works
The feature is optional for content creators, and it’s simple to use. All creators have to do is list at least three timestamps that they want to be broken up into specific chapters. The chapters are found in the description of the video and must last at least 10 seconds. The video creator will then have to include a title alongside the description to appear in their content.
Liking The Change
Youtube claimed that its new chapters service had received positive comments from the content creators who were given the opportunity to test it. One way the chapters help to improve the experience on YouTube is to make it much easier to find the content you are looking for.
This is even more apparent when looking for a specific clip on long-form videos or podcasts. It’s also going to be much easier to find the information on multi-topic videos that you are mostly interested in. You can also rewatch certain clips from videos or music videos with greater ease.
Perhaps the way we watch videos on YouTube will change now that we can skip back and forth between chapters. Those content creators who used Video Chapters enjoyed the feature, but only time will tell whether it becomes the norm.
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