Tesla,Tesla news, Why Tesla is Coming so late in india?

Tesla,Tesla news, Why Tesla is Coming so late in india?

Tesla,Tesla news, Why Tesla is Coming so late in india?

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Tesla is one of the worlds biggest manufacturer of Electric Vehicles In India also there is a large no of fans of Tesla When a lot of people asked on twitter that when will Tesla come to India? Elon Musk Tweeted Well, 2019 is gone, now we need to see whether or not  Tesla will Enter the Indian Market in 2020. Tesla produces the most   efficient and the fastest electric cars in the world India has kept a target that .... So the question is Why one the world biggest and most innovative company, Tesla is not coming to such a big automobile market like India. Tesla's Electric Vehicle is available in almost every other big automobile market like....... so why not in India? So in this video we will talk about electric vechiles And will come to Know ,  Due to what problems Tesla is Not able to Enter India Today India And China Both Of them Are facing a very big problem And the problem is of Polluted cities When Ever we think of polluted cities  we get the notion of vechiles Vehicles are responsible for 40% of the pollution caused in cities But there's a solution to this problem And that is to  make a transition from petrol and diesel vehicles to electric vehicles China has understood this very well but it's taking some time for us Almost half of the electric vehicles in the world are in China World's 99% of the electric scooters And 99% of the electric buses are in China It's not like that India doesn't have any electric vehicles (tuk tuk) In India, people only like to buy those cars which are not very expensive to maintain and ride,& the price of the car should be in their capacity That's the reason that today also the Indian market is being dominated by Deisel and petrol Vehicles


The technology used in Deisel and petrol cars is very old, so that's the reason that today these cars have become so affordable On the other side Electric Vehicle is a new alternative in today's market just like the engine is the most important component in deisel and petrol vechiles similarly, in an electric vehicle, the most important component used in an electric vehicle is the battery How much distance will your car run after one full charge depends on the battery of the car Today the battery manufacturing technology is evolving rapidly lots of efforts are made to increase their efficiency and power,  but still today also the price of these batteries is very high that's why the main pitfall for electric vehicles is that it's fu***in Expensive The cheapest car made by Tesla is Tesla Model 3 priced at $35,000 that way beyond the budget of an average Indian consumer And if you think that not that much expensive then, let me tell you that, the import duties to import this car to India is not included in this We will talk about import duties in a while Tesla is not available in India right now, so let's talk about the electric car sold in India Mahindra e-Verito It is the most popular electric car sold in India priced at  around $18,000 which takes around 11hrs to be fully charged After one full charge Its because today the batteries used in Tesla cars are the most efficient & highly energy-dense A lot of companies like .... Are far behind tesla in this technology With the help of Japanese company Panasonic Tesla is manufacturing its batteries Along  with this Tesla has also made huge investments in Research& Development   and in its manufacturing plants And so Tesla is a leading the market of  Electric Vehicles The future of electric vehicles in India is still a bit doubtful And no significant development is made in the battery manufacturing industry of India Maruti Suzuki was supposed to launch the electric version of wagonR But now the company has dropped that plan 


The first Tesla factory outside the USA was built in Shangai, China The plan was to make this factory in India but later it was changed to China You guys have probably seen this video of Elon musk Where he is dancing in One of the Tesla events held in China Tesla didn't get the kind of ecosystem for electric vehicles  in India which it got in China Tesla is very popular in China as compared to India And it was one of the reasons that Elon Musk choose China Some Statistics about Indian Automobile Market So the market share of electric vehicles in India is around And in this also there is one problem that In India, people don't have many choices  while buying an electric vehicle In India, there are only a few counted electric vehicle cars are available Out of which only a few of them have been somewhat commercially successful If you wanna buy a Tesla Model 3 in India For that, you have to pay a fee to the govt. of India Which is called Import duties Elon Musk said that the import duties is almost 100% which is  extremely high which makes  it unaffordable Which means that if you wanna drive a $35,000 Tesla in India you have to invest more that $70,000 which is way too expensive that's why Tesla ignored the Indian market And has given more importance to other global markets 


To increase the sales of Electric Vehicles in India the govt. and the automobile companies have to make a collective effort to support the electric vehicles we need to develop the infrastructure And along with this , the most important We need to develop the trust of people on electric vehicles In October 2019 TATA launched Tigor EV And In January  2020 TATA launched the electric version of TATA Nexon And now what we have to see is weather or not these cars will get popular And now if we Indian startups in the field of electric vehicles And this company is slowly gaining momentum in the market As Electric vehicles will get more and more popular in India it will be most beneficial for the people of the country Every Year India Imports around $90-$100 billion worth of crude oil For comparison, the entire education budget of India is around $14 Billion If not entirely but only by some amount if we are able to decrease the bill of oil import then it will have a very big impact Along with this, the taxpayer's money will stay inside the country rather than going out.


Tesla With Autopilot

How Tesla Autopilot Works?

 We'll be taking a look at the Autopilot experience of the Tesla Model 3. We'll look at the overall experience of Autopilot, how it works on the 3 and why I think Autopilot is a technology not meant for everyone. This is 6 Months Later. Autopilot is a technology that's become almost synonymous with the word Tesla at this point. Every time I'm out and about in my Model 3 and get stopped by people who ask about the car, They always think that it is so cool that it has Autopilot and the car can drive itself. Autopilot is just one more part of Tesla's strategy to make their vehicles So cool modern, and an overall object of desire People won't even notice that by buying one, they're helping cut carbon and toxic emissions from the air they breathe. So how is Autopilot? In short, Autopilot is extremely impressive and Overall just a fantastic experience. It's like glue. It just keeps the Model 3 in the center of the lane even on really curvy roads. It really performs quite well, in fact, this technology performs So well, that's actually why I think it's a technology that is not meant for everybody. But we'll get on to that in a little bit, for now Let's go ahead and hop in the Model 3 and take a look at what autopilot is and how it works All right. So now let's go ahead and hop in the Tesla and see what autopilot is all about Let me just go and pull it out further for us.

Oh I almost forgot to mention Summon. This also comes with the Autopilot convenience features as well, which allows you to Drive the car forward and backward without anyone in the car. Oh, let me not hit the cameraman. That looks good Let's go and hop in and experience autopilot. Alright, everyone Well, we're here in the model 3 and before we get out on the road and start using Autopilot I want to give you a quick rundown of what Autopilot actually is. Autopilot itself that term is just an umbrella term for a bunch of different technologies You have Autopilot safety features, which come standard on every Tesla including every Model 3 that is currently being made. These are a forward collision warning, side collision avoidance automatic emergency braking as well as Park Assist features And then you have what are called Autopilot convenience features. These include adaptive cruise control and lane keep assist. Lane keep assist and adaptive cruise control are actually the two technologies most people think of when they hear the term Autopilot. now you also get Park assist for parallel parking with autopilot as what you get Summon which a lot of people forget about that is included with the Autopilot convenience features. The Autopilot Hardware for Model 3 and other Tesla's currently being made is made up of a few different groups of hardware. the Model 3 has 8 cameras that give Autopilot a 360 degree view of Everything going on around the car including three cameras at the front next we have the forward radar and finally 12 Ultrasonic sensors around the car that detect objects at short distances. Now all this data comes into the main Autopilot computer that is where all the decisions are made For what Autopilot should do at any given time. So that's a quick rundown of what Autopilot actually is in the hardware behind it, now Let's go out and do the fun part and actually use it While the technology behind Autopilot in the Model 3 is exactly the same as what you'll find on a Comparable Model S or X of the same model year, the actual experience of it is quite different This is due to two factors One factor is there is only one screen in the Model 3 and the second is that there is no dedicated auto pilot stock on the steering column. So how does one enable Autopilot You may ask, well simply by pulling down the gear shifter twice. If you pull it down only once that will enable Traffic aware cruise control. Pulling down twice gives you the traffic aware cruise control plus auto steer.


 The first time I ever used Autopilot I was freaked out. It's it's really hard to describe what It's like when you realize that you are no longer in control of a vehicle moving 70 miles an hour on the highway. But what's even crazier is how quickly you adjust to that fact that the car is driving Itself and how quickly you start to trust in the Autopilot system. The system is constantly checking whether or not you have your hands on the wheel and if you're paying attention After a while, it'll ask you to move the wheel just a little bit So it knows you're still alive and paying attention. If you fail to do this it'll start flashing blue at the top of the screen and eventually play a little ding. Do this long enough and the car will actually disengage auto steer and then lock you out of the auto steer functionality of autopilot Overall, I don't find those reminders that annoying and I don't think they come up that frequently though. Do keep in mind This is coming from someone. Who's a control freak and I basically have my hands on the wheel the entire time Autopilot is doing its thing. Adjusting the speed for Autopilot is really intuitive. You just use the right scroll wheel on the steering wheel and adjust the speed by moving the wheel up and down. Click the wheel to the left or the right and you'll set the following distance for traffic aware cruise control. You can also adjust the speed of the car if the speed limit changes by just tapping the speed limit sign on the screen. The Experience of autopilot is quite enjoyable and I found it very useful on the highways and especially in bumper-to-bumper traffic. Like a lot of other Tesla owners have said, I think this is one of the best applications for Autopilot today. The car driving itself plus the live traffic Visualization on the screen really helps make sitting in traffic a much less stressful experience. My blood pressure no longer bursts. Now while Autopilot has performed very well over the two-week trial that I've had Autopilot with my Tesla Model 3 There have been instances where it has not performed correctly. For example on the highway I've seen Autopilot Rapidly slow down my Model 3 as it scrambles to figure out whether or not to take an off-ramp on the highway I've also had the adaptive cruise control Mistakenly think that parked cars on the side of the road as I'm driving along are not stationary objects but rather objects that are in motion and that the adaptive cruise control needs to slow down rapidly and Accordingly because it thinks those objects are moving now. These are instances that remind us that Autopilot is not a perfect system This is part of the reason I don't think Autopilot is for everyone The question around Autopilot should not be whether or not you should trust Autopilot. The question should be whether or not you trust yourself to be there when Autopilot isn't Autopilot is not a level 5 system where you don't have to pay attention to what the car is doing. Until it is, I think there are certain people out there who probably shouldn't be using Autopilot. We've seen all types of misuse of the autopilot system over the years and unfortunately, sometimes they can turn deadly. But if you keep your hands on the wheel and pay attention to what Autopilot is doing at all times, 


Then you should be fine. So now that my trial is up, you're probably wondering if I bought Autopilot. I didn't. For me, $6,000 is a lot of money to spend for what autopilot does right now and how much use I'd get out of it during the week. Now, don't get me wrong, I love autopilot, and I'm quite impressed with how well it works. Now maybe at a future date when the price decreases a little bit if Tesla still splits out Enhanced Autopilot at six thousand dollars after delivery and as well full self-driving. If they continue that split for the Autopilot, I think the Enhanced Autopilot will, that price will decrease over time when you look at competition coming into the market of other car manufacturers. Coming out with features very similar to autopilot at lower price points. So I'm gonna wait a few years see if that actually happens that if not, I probably will just get Autopilot because don't get me wrong like the technology is Fantastic, and I really like using it. I just can't justify the cost right now to spend 6 grand on it. 


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