"It's now virtually impossible to run out of charge"
On planet temagami. But here on Earth...
Do you have any idea how many people have named the cars "Tessie"? How about something more unique - perhaps "Musky"? (as in: Of, relating to, or having the odor of musk)
100 miles a day for just $45,000. Sounds like a bargain. Almost as good as paying $120,000 for a car that can take you 250 miles.
This is the plan, the whole plan and nothing but the plan: "In 2025 we will have a bigger market cap than Apple."
It's been many years and the still haven't learned how to make cars at a profit. The rocket could take decades.
Did they include the "cost" of a reduced useful payload? A good amount of the total payload has to be devoted to fuel for the landing.
You can always use these coupons to pick up one or two kids' items that total right around $10. Then drop them in the Salvation Army or Goodwill box.
If Musk devotes half his attention to his rocket ship fiasco that's probably a plus for Tesla.
"Penney sees Q1 same-store sales up 3.5% to 4.5%..."
Rest of world sees another massive loss and continuing enormous debt. Same store sales mean NOTHING if they're unprofitable.
And, as someone else pointed out, all the fuel burned during the landing is part of the total payload - which reduces the useful payload that can be delivered.
Everything from the first markitvalue post on down went away. What a surprise.