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Tesla's new V4 Superchargers are designed to help increase the amount of payload that can be sent to orbit. The video discusses Tesla's new charging stations in different parts of the world, as well as a review of the company's charging stations.

  • 00:00:00 Tesla announced that starting in Q2, homeowners will need to include at least one powerwall in order to have a solar roof. This change is in response to the increased demand for solar roofs, as the federal tax credit is set to expire in 2023. Tesla is reportedly getting stricter about not letting customers push back deliveries. This could lead to increased sales, as customers may be more willing to wait if they know their orders will be fulfilled.
  • 00:05:00 Tesla announced that it will install its first version 4 supercharger in Yuma County, Arizona. The supercharger will have 40 stalls and 9,000 square feet of solar canopies.
  • 00:10:00 Tesla has opened all eight of its supercharger stations in Iceland to non-tesla electric vehicle owners, as part of its pilot program. The company has also announced that it is building a freight depot, train station, and kindergarten on the site. The German government, however, is reportedly slow to approve Tesla's expansion plans.
  • 00:15:00 Tesla's first V4 Supercharger is discussed in this video, as well as the company's plans to bring Tesla centers to China. Cyber Truck Owners Club helps sponsor the show.
  • 00:20:00 The video showcases Tesla's first V4 Supercharger. The Supercharger is capable of charging Tesla's Model S at up to 120 kW. The video also discusses Campworks' NS1 off-grid camping trailer, which has 5500 watt hours of lithium ferrous phosphate batteries and can be upgraded to 11000 watt hours. The trailer has a ground clearance of 19 inches with 31 inch off-road tires, two inches of thermal insulation, a kitchen complete with nine feet of pull out counter space, dual burner cooktop, cookware storage, and LED lighting for late night snacking. The price for the Campworks NS1 is 65000.
  • 00:25:00 Tesla's first V4 Supercharger is announced and Farley Ford CEOs tell their dealers that if they want to keep selling Teslas, they need to specialize in Tesla products. Ford is betting on the dealers and is not going to go direct.
  • 00:30:00 Tesla's first V4 Supercharger is a major milestone in the company's effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The Supercharger is also good news for the local community, as it helps reduce congestion and pollution. In addition, the Bargersville Police Department is the first police department in the world to have a Tesla Model Y K9 unit.
  • 00:35:00 Ross shared a video of his DIY electric motorcycle, which is capable of driving for a week without needing to recharge. The motorcycle has a built-in kilowatt charger, and the dashboard is built using a 7-inch IPC display with a custom user interface.
  • 00:40:00 Tesla's first V4 Supercharger is super fun and very affordable. The bike was built based on 8 kilowatts nominal Hub motor with 16 kilowatts Peak power and custom built 6 kilowatts hours battery pack. Tesla's First V4 Supercharger is very different from other electric bikes on the market and it looks like the designer, Tesla's founder, also designed the software and electronics for it.
  • 00:45:00 Tesla released its first V4 Supercharger, which is designed to help increase the amount of payload that can be sent to orbit. Additionally, SpaceX tweeted that it has confirmed the deployment of 54 starlink satellites. Finally, Elon tweeted a poetic painting of the night sky. Whoever posts the best comment about the song "Starry Starry Night" will receive a 30-dollar gift card from the company Ecoair.
  • 00:50:00 The video discusses Tesla's new V4 Superchargers, which can charge a car in about three hours. The video also features a review of Tesla's charging stations in different parts of the world.
  • 00:55:00 This week, Tesla introduced a new naming scheme for its superchargers: "Hyper fast" and "Ultra fast." Jake, a patron, had a good idea for Electrify America: "Dead fast."

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