General Motors Unfazed With Tesla Model 3 Launching; Revives First Factory
General Motors has made headlines recently for re-opening its company’s first ever factory. They have also revealed that they are not worried at all with the upcoming launch of the Tesla Model 3.
General Motors Confident With Chevy Bolt
The production-ready Tesla Model 3 has just been revealed and it is creating quite a buzz. Even prior to its launching, Tesla has organized a private showcase of the Tesla Model 3 as well as a tour of the company. Despite the hype surrounding Tesla’s up and coming new electric-powered car, General Motors remain unfazed.
Every automaker company around the world is working on its novel electric-powered vehicle and General Motors is one of it. Even with the release of anticipated Tesla Model 3, General Motors have raised that they the advantage when it comes to this competition. Lead designer for the Chevy Bolt, Stuart Norris said that having General Motors to be the first one to introduce an electric car has given them the edge because competitors will have to deliver something as good as the Chevy Bolt.
General Motors Re-Opens “Factory One”
General Motors is clearly having a great year. It has bounced back from the verge of a financial collapse with profits pouring in and having the greatest advantage in the new market for electric cars. Now, it has just been revealed that they are also going back to their roots as they open once again the company’s first factory, which they refer to as Factory One.
The automaker company has finally opened the factory after buying it in 2013 and put efforts into preserving and renovating it. Though GM never created a car in that factory, it is considered the birthplace of their factory when the founders leased the building to jumpstart their careers. Factory One will be a venue for corporate meetings and various events. It is reportedly open to the public but by appointment.
A Look At The Final Tesla Model 3; Private Viewing Takes Places In June
Tesla is gearing up to launch its new Model 3 in July with the reveal of its production-ready updates.
Tesla Model 3 Delivery Started, 30 Telsa Employees First To Get Hands On
Tesla Model 3 deliveries started on July 28 and 30 employees from Telso got the car keys.
Elon Musk Reveals First Images Of Tesla Model 3 Production Unit On Twitter
Elon Musk showed off the very first Tesla Model 3 unit on Twitter and Instagram.
Tesla Model 3 Hits Production This Week, First Car To Be Delivered This Month
The Model 3 will be priced around $35,000. Elon Musk envisions it reaching a much wider range of customers and has said he expects it to push Tesla’s output to 500,000 cars a year in 2018.
BMW Is Set To Unveil Its Tesla Model 3 Competitor In September
Elon Musk has said that the entry-level Model 3 will cost $35,000. While a BMW Series-3 vehicle can be had for as little as $33,000. That said, if BMW’s entry-level can compete with the Model 3 on features and on specs.
MORE IN ITECHPOST
Best Ergonomic Keyboards for Students in 2020
Regardless of which grade a student is in, the computer is an integral part of every classroom. This makes keyboards one of the most important computer philepherals students need to pay attention to for comfort and good ergonomics.
How Do Personal Emergency Response Systems Work?
Personal emergency response systems, known as PERS for short, are systems that help people to raise the alarm and get immediate help when a medical or personal emergency occurs. They are ideal for older people and anyone with a mobility issue or an injury or illness that can cause falls.
The 9 Most Popular (And Fun) Internet Games of 2019
Are you bored of board games? What are the most popular internet games from this year? These nine are popular for a reason. Check 'em out!
Why your Company Needs a Comprehensive ERP Solution Like Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central
Statista predicts that the whole ERP market's revenue will exceed $85 million in 2021. By that time, resource planning systems will be used by both SMEs and large businesses. Moreover, even today, it's pretty difficult to find a firm without at least basic ERP products that help to plan, organize, automate, and improve ongoing processes.