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Tesla will hold an event today for the delivery of the Semi model at the Gigafactory in Nevada. Here are the details about the new model…
Elon Musk has recently announced that the first Tesla Semi delivery will take place on December 1. The Tesla Semi will be delivered to corporate customers at the event to be held at the Gigafactory in Nevada.
Tesla Semi delivery begins today: The company currently continues production of the Tesla Semi in Reno, Nevada. According to the statement made by the authorities, its production will be increased to 50,000 units per year in 2024.
The Tesla Semi, which has an innovative design, was developed to carry a gross weight of 37.1 tons. The interior design of the model, which is quite different from the internal combustion models, comes with a touch screen on the right and left of the steering wheel.
The new model will be offered to customers with two different battery options: 483 km and 805 km. Musk recently made a statement about the legacy of the Tesla Semi. According to Musk’s claims, Tesla Semi was able to complete a range of 805 km with a full load.
The model, which has been tested for a long time, has a consumption value of less than 1.24 kWh/km. The 0-100 km/h acceleration time of the Tesla Semi at full load is only 20 seconds.
Musk stated that the Tesla Semi model will also have a fast charging feature. According to the company statement, the Tesla Semi will go from 0 to 70 percent in 30 minutes.
Companies in the technology sector continue to have problems with issues such as logistics and parts supply. Making a statement on the subject, Tesla stated that they increased their production capacity despite all the negativity.
Tesla Semi technical specifications:
The gross weight of 37.1 tons loaded
300 miles (483 km) and 500 miles (805 km) range options
Energy Consumption: Less than 2 kWh/mile (1.24 kWh/km)
Estimated battery capacity (based on range and energy consumption): 600 kWh or 1,000 kWh (1 MWh)
Acceleration 0-60 mph (100 km/h): 20 seconds (fully loaded)
Driveline: 3 independent motors on rear axles
Quick Charge: Up to 70 percent of range in 30 minutes
Fuel Economy (estimated): Up to $200,000 over 3 years