Once Tesla produces a vehicle that is on par quality wise as other automakers I'll be interested. Until then, I'll pass.Which is why Tesla is doing it different. No frame + body, the body IS the frame. It's an exoskeleton, which is very much NOT a unibody. They're going all in on both aerodynamics AND cost to manufacture by just using folded stainless steel in a simple and STRONG shape.
There's a reason no one can meet Tesla's specs or price. It's because Tesla went all in 100% on function over form.
I'll let you all know how well my Tri-Motor Cybertruck drives and hauls firewood when I get it in ~2023.
Tesla cars suffered 250 problems per 100 vehicles, well above industry average of 166.
For Tesla being such a bleeding edge company, I find it kind of ironic that Honda was the first company to have their level 3 autonomous driving system approved. Hasn't Tesla been touting how great their autopilot system is for years ?
Honda says its Sensing Elite technology means the driver of the limited-edition sedan won't have to pay attention under some conditions.
IMHO Tesla's customers are their guinea pigs. I've worked in IT long enough, and have seen this rodeo before.