This Wednesday, March 1 at 10:00 p.m., Elon Musk should make big announcements. The Tesla boss has warned: he intends to present his Master Plan, Part 3. Here’s how to follow this conference live, which could well shake up the electric car industry again. Rumors herald a redesigned Model 3, a $25,000 Model 2, and the famous Hardware 4 (HW4) for improved driving aids.
Some Tesla conferences are more anticipated than others. This is the case of this Wednesday, March 1, called Investor Days. This conference is not intended for the general public, but for investors. However, Elon Musk could very well make announcements that speak to the general public, with practical consequences in our daily lives, and not just in terms of Tesla’s finances.
To follow the conference, Tesla has enabled a live broadcast (streaming) directly on its YouTube channel, accessible from this link, but also through its twitter account.
The conference is supposed to start this afternoon, starting at 22:00 French time. But Elon Musk is not known for being on time, either during his events, or by delivering certain features (hello, 100% autonomous cars). Some data made us believe that the live start was scheduled for midnight, but it seems that, if all goes well, Elon Musk intends to start it at 10:00 p.m.
What should be announced tonight.
During this conference, Elon Musk could announce many things. But the only certainty we have is that the Tesla boss will submit Part Three of the Master Plan to him. We don’t know what it contains. It could be the $25,000 Tesla Model 2, Highland facelift Tesla Model 3, Hardware 4 (HW4) hardware package to further enhance autonomous driving performance. It could also be the future Robotaxi.
We may have some news about the Tesla Cybertruck, and why not about the Tesla Roadster.
Numerama had fun coming up with a list of topics to discuss tonight. It’s long… and hypothetical. In fact, it is very difficult to be able to make predictions. See you tonight, or tomorrow morning, for more information!
Do you use Google News (News in France)? You can follow your favorite media. Continue Frandroid on Google News (and Numerama).