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แม้ว่าคู่แข่งมากหน้าหลายตาจะเดินหน้าเปิดตัวรถยนต์ไฟฟ้าบนแพลตฟอร์มของตัวเองกันอย่างต่อเนื่อง ไม่ว่าจะเป็น Audi

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เปิดตัว 2020 Audi e-tron Sportback ค่าตัว 5.299 ล้านบาท จำกัดโควต้า 15 คันในไทย

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2020 Audi e-tron Sportback (อาวดี้ อี-ทรอน สปอร์ตแบ็ก) รุ่นใหม่เปิดตัวลุยตลาดบ้านเราแล้วด้วยราคา 5.299

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Under cover Audi Q 6 e tron. 250 to 300 miles per charge. Testing at vw factory in cgatti

This reminds me of the Audi E tron GT factory video

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What? No other automaker has been able to produce an electric vehicle with better range than a 2012 Model S. Model 3 almost outsold the Camry in California. Tesla just opened new factory in China(largest EV market). Audi E Tron Jaguar EV’s have flopped. Ignorant uninformed tweet

รีวิว Q&A audi e tron factory

How will VW produce more electric vehicles than Tesla by the end of 2020?

The answer how is very simple. By introducing in 2019 a car that will out-compete the Tesla Model 3 in price / performance and prepare the production line so it will exceed the production numbers of Tesla. This means, produce at least 30.000 EVs per month, starting on first January 2020. This means - a car that is practical as the VW Golf, the same build quality, matches the Model 3 in performance (similar range and similar rapid charging speed) - and all of this at a much lower price than the Model 3 since VW won’t have the Autopilot and OTA updates. It’s more than 5 years behind Tesla in technology, probably 10. In essence - a Kia e-Niro replica with a 60 / 80 kWh battery, 100 kW real-life CCS rapid charging speed and at least 20% lower price than the Tesla Model 3. That one, at a rate of at least 30.000 cars per month (sustained rate) would be a Tesla killer. Actually, not a killer, but a serious competitor. And of course VW would need to have a battery supply that can match these production numbers. VW cannot wait too long, somewhere in 2020 the Tesla factory in Shanghai will start with its production, increasing the production numbers of Teslas to close to 50.000 cars per month by the end of 2021 - or at least somewhere in 2022. And that’s the whole strategy which VW needs. You asked how. But will VW do it? Of course not. Currently they are producing the e-Golf which is two classes inferior to the Model 3, VW e-UP is a small city commuter, and they are starting the production of Audi e-Tron which will go in low-production because it is to expensive for the price which they announced. They will sell it at a loss. Nobody can produce 30.000 cars per month if each car looses money. Tesla makes theirs at 20%+ margin. Update 1 (April 2019): There is some hope that VW will get to up to 40.000 electric cars across the whole VW group, including all models (VW, Audi, Seat, Porsche, Skoda) once LG Chem finishes it’s battery company in Poland, but this may be in best case scenario somewhere in 2022. Tesla splits it’s numbers across 3 models: Model S, 3 and X. Soon coming the Y. Who knows how many brands and models will VW group introduce. With having them in low production numbers, they will (once again) shoot in their own foot. Update 2 (June 2019): According to specifications. the VW ID.3 is 4,26 m long. That the class of VW Golf which is one class lower than VW Passat or Audi A4 which competes to Model 3. And that fairly small ID.3 is supposedly competing with Tesla Model 3? Update 3 (October 2019): This answer is already a bit dated, but I will leave it as it started in March 2019. Just a small update: the VW ID.3 with the medium battery has in Germany a “recommended” price of 40.000 to 50.000 Euro, depending whether it has VW’s version of adaptive cruise control and auto-steering or not (and a few minor details). This is Tesla Model 3 price range. At these prices VW should forget to sell a serious amount of them. People are not stupid. They will go for the Model 3 - either the SR+ or LR. The first one beats it with technology, the second doesn’t do just that - it is in a different league.

Will Tesla eventually overtake traditional auto manufacturers?

Thanks for the A2A. Electric does seem to be the future, and Tesla is leagues ahead of the traditional car makers in this space. Their technology is vastly underrated. When it comes to electric cars, batteries, motors, charging, and technology all play a significant role in EV market success. Batteries Batteries are the core of electric cars, so this is where it can be make or break for prospective electric car companies. When it comes to batteries, no one comes even remotely close to the sheer scale of Tesla’s battery manufacturing. Gigafactory 1 in Nevada, despite being just 30% complete, already produces almost more Lithium-ion battery cells than the rest of the world COMBINED. That’s right, Gigafactory 1 produces almost 50 Gigawatt hours of these batteries per year. Not only do they produce the MOST batteries per year, but they produce the BEST batteries as well! Tesla’s are of the highest technological standards today. While this is astonishing enough, Tesla still plans on building TWO MORE Gigafactories in the near future. There is one in Shanghai being built as we speak, it’s completion date being later this year. Tesla also plans to build another Gigafactory in Europe as well. With these 3 factories up and running, I find it hard to believe traditional car companies like Volkswagen catching up to Tesla. Motors Motors also play a very important role in electric cars, and again Tesla is far ahead. Their motors are the most efficient, powerful, lightest, and cheapest. Yes, all of the above is true, here is just a snippet of what experts have said on the Model 3 motor. “Another innovation that impressed the teardown team was how advanced the inverter/convertor device was that provides power to the motor, particularly in the use of silicon carbide on the devices’ integrated circuits. “It creates a lot less heat and is a lot faster than the Chevy and BMW,” Ellis added to the discussion. “Silicon carbide is the latest and greatest and Tesla so far is the only vehicle out there with it.” Munro and Ellis further noted the high level of tech Tesla’s motor contained, all while being considerably smaller than the competition. The study will be released in a few weeks and also includes detailed information about the motors inside the Chevy Bolt, BMW i3, and Jaguar I-Pace. Munro had very positive things to say about Tesla’s technology, but the electric vehicles produced by industry giants did not receive quite the same accolades. “It looks like the other guys just went around and glued together whatever they could find off the shelf,” Munro jabbed at Tesla’s competition.” These are the words of Sandy Munro, a man with 30 years of experience in designing, building and processing components in automobiles, not mine. Range, Charging, and Infrastructure Next comes charging. Electric cars are limited greatly by their range and charging speeds. Tesla AGAIN comes out on top here. Their cars have more range than basically every other EV on the market. The Long Range Model 3 can go 325 miles on a charge, while the highest capacity Nissan Leaf and Chevy Bolt can only go 226 miles and 238 miles, respectively. This is a 30% lower range than the Model 3, a significant margin indeed. When it comes to the Model S, there is really no level EV competitor to compare it to. The only significant non-SUV EV’s are the 2 aforementioned plus the BMW i3 and Volkswagen e-Golf. The Model X does have 2 competitors, the Jaguar i-Pace and the Audi E-Tron. The Model X outdoes the Jaguar and Audi in range as well, besting it 325 miles versus 234 miles and 204 miles, respectively. This gap is extremely significant, as the Model X is much larger than the 2 other cars. What is also disappointing is the range of the so called “ Model X killer “ E-Tron. How does it only have 204 miles of range? This pales in comparison to the Model X, a significant drawback indeed. It is also important to note the efficiencies of the batteries here. The Jaguar and Audi have capacities of 90kWh and 95kWh, respectively. The Model X has a 100kWh capacity. They are all within 5–10% of each other in terms of battery capacity, why does the Tesla Model X have 30–35% more range WHILE being the larger vehicle? This has to do with the superior battery and powertrain technology that Tesla is known to have. It is clear that the traditional car companies are significantly behind in the technology here, and the numbers show it. Here is a graph that shows battery capacity versus range. The Tesla’s make FAR better use of very similar battery capacity versus its current competitors. Here is a graph of the battery consumption at an average speed of 120 km/h. The Jaguar and Audi are FAR behind the Tesla. Next comes charging infrastructure. The great thing with EV’s is that for the great majority of the time, you never have to charge anywhere other than your home or work. You wake up with a full “ tank “ of juice, which should be more than enough for your daily commute. For longer trips, however, things get tricky. EV’s do not have the battery technology to charge in 5 minutes like you would similarly with an Internal Combustion Engine vehicle at a gas station. For trips like these, you need charging stations that are both FAST and COMMON. As you can probably guess, Tesla again is ahead of the competition. Tesla’s network of superchargers is by far the most intricate and largest in the United States. Here is the closest competitor, Electrify America, with it’s 900 charging stations. As you can see, Tesla is still ahead. There are now over 1,400 Tesla supercharger stations in America. They are all strategically located off of major highways at the optimal distance from each other to allow EV access to where ever you please to visit. It doesn’t end there though. In addition to having the most charging stations, Tesla superchargers, more importantly, are also the FASTEST available EV chargers at the moment. They charge at a max rate of 120kW. To put this into perspective, all a Tesla owner needs, the majority of the time, is a 30 minute charge to continue on their trip with enough range. This is not the case for other EV owners. The Leaf, Bolt, i3, I-Pace, and E-tron cannot charge at the 350kWh speeds that their charging stations offer as their battery technology cannot handle those speeds. Furthermore, Tesla has just announced v3 superchargers that can charge all Model 3’s and new Model S and X’s at 170kWh. This again pulls Tesla ahead of the competition, making it harder for the traditional car companies to catch up as they simply don’t have the battery technology just yet. Here is a graph that better displays the information regarding charging speeds. As you can see, the Teslas have the most range and fastest charging speeds compared to the competition. We aren’t done yet. Tesla just announced that they will be putting the new batteries and motors of the Model 3 into the new Model S’s and X’s. The Model 3 contained Tesla’s most technologically advanced batteries and motors, and they are now present in the newest Model S’ and X’s. These battery packs are capable of charging at 170kWh on the new v3 superchargers. It is true that the EV market at this current moment is underdeveloped and needs time before true competition starts, so let’s talk about technology and safety overall, encompassing ALL current vehicles. Technology It is no secret that Tesla makes technologically driven cars. A simple way to explain a Tesla is to think of it as a smartphone on wheels. It responds to all of your commands, receives software updates regularly, evolves with time and changing needs, and is extremely user intuitive. The center screen controls EVERYTHING in the car. Many people prefer buttons, and that’s perfectly fine, but the software configurability of a central screen like this is something hard to pass on. It’s basically a top of the line iPad slammed onto the dash. Everything is easy to use, exactly where it needs to be, and configurable. The left portion of the screen is an overhead view of the car showing all nearby object, speed, and range information. The right side is all Google Maps, arguably the best navigation system available today. The bottom contains all quick access climate control buttons. The screen is massive, completely lag free, and of the highest resolution of any screen in any car today. No other car company at this moment offers this level of technology. Now to the software, oh boy. Teslas wouldn’t be Teslas if it weren’t for the software configurability. Everything in the car can be readily improved via over the air free software updates. This is very under appreciated by the car industry. Imagine waking up, getting into your car to get to work, and seeing that your car now can automatically change lanes on highways and recognize red lights? What about being able to summon the car to your location in a parking lot? A security system utilizing 4 cameras that records suspicious movement/damage near and to your car? Improved braking distances and a 5% increase to peak power and range? The list goes on and on, showing the capabilities of having a car built around a software centered design. No other car manufacturer today has this level of software configurability in their GAS powered cars, forget trying to make an ELECTRIC VEHICLE from SCRATCH and trying to match this level of technology. It just isn’t possible. By the time some companies DO get to this point, Tesla will be 4 steps ahead of them. I think this analogy works well to describe what Tesla has done to the car industry. This Is to that What This Did to that I personally don’t look at it as Tesla overtaking other companies, but rather other companies trying to catch up and contest Tesla. Electric vehicles are the future, and having this sort of lead is simply HUGE. Tesla will stay at the top of the EV game for a long time until other car companies can produce EV’s that have comparable technology and infrastructure. Thanks, Liam Johnson

Why is 2020 the turning point for electric cars?

A tipping point appears to have been reached. Up until the end of 2019, the predominant view as expressed in the media was that Tesla is not a sustainable enterprise. The stock had been heavily shorted all year, and Wall Street analysts with few exceptions were skeptical of the company’s prospects. Many issued sell recommendations on the stock, and sell it did, dropping to $189/share on June 3, 2019. But since that low point, the story has changed dramatically. Concerns about demand for the Model 3 began to evaporate, Gigafactory 3 in Shanghai was being constructed at record pace, Model Y delivery projections were moved up from fall of 2020 to summer, and Tesla unveiled their Cybertruck prototype and quickly accumulated 250,000 pre-orders. When Tesla announced 3rd quarter results exceeding Wall Street expectations, the stock rose 30% in October, and by the end of the year it achieved an all time high passing $420/share. Tesla passed Daimler into third place behind Toyota and VW in terms of market valuation. Tesla was selling their Model 3 as fast as it could be manufactured, out selling all gasoline luxury class vehicle brands in the U.S. in the 2nd quarter before allocating more production to Europe and China to meet strong demand there as well. There could be no denying what Tesla had accomplished. Tesla was not going away. Tesla was setting the future direction of the auto industry, and the world was waking up to it. The early EV product offerings by Audi (e-tron) and Jaguar (I-Pace), could not measure up to Tesla’s standards of performance and features. Hyundai (Iconiq, Kona) were well regarded, but availability was limited, and Porsche (Taycan) couldn’t exceed Model S performance and driving range despite a hefty price premium. The handwriting was on the wall, and the tepid experimentation with electric vehicles by major auto companies began to change, notably at Volkswagen and Ford. VW committed to large battery purchase contracts for EVs, converted an ICEV factory in Zwickau, Germany to produce their ID.3 EV, and announced plans to build an EV factory in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Ford unveiled their Mustang Mach E SUV with a design that incorporated many features that Model 3 buyers rave about. Ford announced a $500 million investment in Rivian, the electric truck startup, presumably to gain the technology to produce an electric version of their F-150 pickup truck. These are just a couple of examples of the shift of attention that traditional auto makers are making in order to remain relevant in the growing electric vehicle market currently dominated by Tesla. Any auto company that doesn’t take serious steps in 2020 to build competence in EV technology, production, sales and service will be staring extinction in the face by 2030.

What decision are you having a hard time making right now?

Which car to get next. My dad last year told me that he wanted to buy a new car. I told him to wait. I was looking to buy a car in the next year or so, and I would just let him have the one I was currently driving, a 2016 Lincoln MKZ hybrid. Earlier this year, I moved to Oregon. I told him that since my finances would be uncertain, and that I had decided to postpone my purchase to later in the year. Now it’s later in the year. My financial situation is stable. And it’s time to buy a car. Only, I’m torn. The Tesla Model S was my dream car for years. I also like the Model X. I live in a state without a sales tax. If there was ever a time to make a big purchase, now would be it. But I have 3 issues with Tesla. I really don’t like what I’ve seen about their workplace safety record.[1] [2] [3] On the other hand, it seems that their rates have now improved enough that maybe they aren’t really distinguishable from the auto industry standard? [4] I really don’t like Elon Musk. The $7,500 EV purchase credit has expired. Ideally, I would have an environmentally-friendly car, with low or no tailpipe emissions and a high energy efficiency. But when I look at the electric vehicle marketplace, there is really nothing nearly as good as Tesla: Polestar, a division of Volvo, just came out with the Polestar 2. But there are a few issues: There is nowhere nearby to get the car serviced. It costs more and has a smaller range than the Model 3, with which it competes. The 2200 vehicles purchased this year have already had to be recalled for a really bad safety glitch.[5] Lucid, which has come out with a truly amazing car, won’t have a version of the car costing less than $80K for another 2 years. The Audi E-tron and Jaguar I-PACE both have a smaller range than the Tesla models they compete with. None of the cars listed above can compete with Tesla’s supercharger network. As I see it, I have 2 options: Get a Tesla, now. I can’t imagine being unhappy with either the Model X or the Model S. And it can be argued that my concerns about the company are either overblown—the workplace safety record is now the same as its competitors—or petty—who cares whether I personally like Elon Musk? Get a placeholder car for 2 years, re-evaluate the landscape, then get an electric vehicle of my choice if there are more options available. Volvo has a great subscription service. For around $650–700/month, you can get a new car, with insurance and service costs included. At the moment my pick is the XC40. The only downside is that it’s not an electric or hybrid car. The affordable option of the Lucid Air will be available in 2022. Assuming I still like the car at that point, I could get one. There will be many more electric vehicles coming out between now and then. The problem with this is that, should I move out of Oregon between now and then, I won’t have the benefit of purchasing a car without a sales tax. Thoughts? Footnotes [1] Tesla had worse safety records than slaughterhouses and sawmills, but says it's improving [2] Tesla says its factory is safer. But it left injuries off the books | Reveal [3] Worker injuries, 911 calls, housing crisis: Recruiting Tesla exacts a price [4] Workers at Tesla's California car factory got injured less often in 2019, improving on the automaker's historically lackluster safety record [5] Polestar 2 recalled for software glitch that can leave car without power

Is lucid Air the biggest threat to the Tesla Model S with prices starting at $80,000?

I was interested in a couple of news stories I recently read. Elon Musk went to Germany to survey progress on the new factory Tesla is building and he met with VW CEO Hebert Diess. Musk took a test drive in a VW ID.3 and Diess drove a Tesla Model Y. Reportedly VW has a “Tesla catch-up plan.” I’ve been saying this, and I continue to believe that VW is the most viable long-term competitor to Tesla—the Audi e-tron is doing quite well as well as Porsche (VW, Audi and Porsche have the same ownership). The other challengers worldwide are likely to come from the Chinese and the Korean companies like X-peng and and KIA. Lucid Air will have fight for the scraps. A few rich people will buy the car for it’s remarkable specifications, but I think they have arrived too late. Tesla made the transition from a startup to a major auto-manufacturer, but they did it in a veritable EV vacuum. Success is more than just a bigger battery. As far as I know, the specs for the $80,000 version are unknown. The lowest priced one with specs is $96,000.

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