Customers, for the most part, love their Teslas.
The crowdsourcing industry craters, and C.E.O.s of insurance companies are forced to sell their second Teslas.
The Teslas will travel at up to 35 mph, the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
China is cracking down on the use of Teslas among military and other state workers.
But CEO Elon Musk insists that he intends to make Teslas fully self-driving in the near future.
Military personnel were told to park Teslas outside of their housing compounds, Bloomberg reported.
That includes things like Teslas, in-home battery packs, rooftop solar panels, and even refrigerators.
Videos shared online show a parade of slow-moving Teslas dipping in and out of tunnels and driving around stations.
Many Teslas also have an interior camera that records in the moments surrounding a crash, provided drivers opt in to that feature.
On Friday, The Wall Street Journal reported that Chinese officials had moved to limit its military and state staffers from driving Teslas.
Case in point: when Musk announced in August that Teslas would soon be able to blast jazz and elevator music through their external speakers.
There are many legacy vehicles available that do stuff better than Teslas, and a few electric cars that offer their own competitive positives.
Then, leading up to 2008, battery costs stopped free-falling, he said, because the existing chemistry of lithium-ion cells, found in Teslas, had reached a limit.
Teslas are also relatively expensive, even as the Model 3 has expanded sales in the mid-price tier (around $40-$60,000, versus $25-35,000 mass-market territory).
The partnership has led to viral moments, like Dobrik buying cars for friends — from Teslas to Ferraris — with "SeatGeek money" in exchange for a 60-second shout-out on his YouTube channel.
Part of the issue is that Teslas need to have an extremely high level of autonomy to function as driverless taxis — and that's something neither Tesla nor any other automaker currently offers.
It is close to opening the first leg of a network under Las Vegas that would use Teslas to ferry passengers to key destinations like the Las Vegas Convention Center, the Strip, and the airport.
In March, Chinese officials began limiting where military and state workers were driving and parking their Teslas on state property, out of concern that cars' cameras could collect sensitive information.
The handful of highways are gridlocked with Teslas and corporate shuttles beginning around 6 a.m. and, with the exception of a short reprieve around noon, stay that way until long after the sun goes down.
Note that it isn't simply consumers with money to buy EVs whom Tesla is looking for; rather, it wants its owners to have an experience that drives beneficial buzz and continues a virtuous process of people loving their Teslas begetting more people who love their Teslas.
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