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  1. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    Fremont overflowing with cars as Q1 2022 gets off to a roaring start Tesla has capped off their biggest year of deliveries in 2021 with its strongest quarterly performance in December, delivering 308,600 cars around the world during the last three months of the year. At the start of 2022, it...
  2. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    Tesla Cybertruck steel supplier to start initial operations in February Steel Dynamics Inc (SDI) updated local Texas media KIIITV that their Sinton, Texas plant will start initial operations next month. The SDI plant in Sinton will supply the steel skeleton for the Tesla Cybertruck. Tesla is...
  3. Tesla Tech Talk
    the lower mainland here got hammered with 5 inches of snow and -13 temperatures (ooooh - so horrid!!) picking up my mother-in-law for Christmas dinner I got a few slippage warnings from the car so I threw on slip-start and the car noticeably tightened up. I have true winters on all four, not...
  4. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    Giga Berlin production to start in December with 1,000 Model Ys per week: Report Tesla will start production at Giga Berlin in December. According to a report by the German publication Automobilwoche, the company will start with 1,000 Tesla Model Y's per week and then start ramping up...
  5. Tesla Tech Talk
    hello, when i charge i draw the full 48A. but when scheduled, and waiting on the scheduled start time, the screen says that it is drawing 3 amps / 48. why? my expectation is that it would be 0 amps until the start time. thank you!
  6. Model 3: Charging
    Model 3 software update in the title line offered new capability to manage charging start time from the app. So I upgraded my Android app to 4.2.3-742 as required for the function. The app sets the start time to midnight and I can't change it. I've always had it set to 10pm (my off-peak rate...
  7. News from Drive Tesla Canada
    Nio to start selling in six European markets by 2022 Nio, the Chinese-based EV startup, is starting its expansion to the west. The firm will launch in at least six European markets by 2022. The firm confirmed its ambitions for Europe on its earnings call this week. In fact, the company is...
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