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October 15, 2021

Elon Musk Announces 3 NEW Teslas For 2023.

00:00 Introduction
00:45 Background
02:15 Car n°1
03:39 Car n°2
06:42 Car n°3

If there's one thing Tesla fans have always complained about regarding their company, it has to be their deadlines. The company seemed to have developed a habit of releasing cool fan art, huge specs and footage, maybe even a prototype, and then poof, the car would be gone and the people would be left waiting.

However, just last month, the company held an employee meeting, and in that meeting, we received confirmation for a bunch of new projects, and not just that, all of them are pointing towards one special thing, the fact that 2023 will be the year of Tesla.

So if you're interested in finding out more about this keynote, their new announcements, what exactly can we expect from these announcements, and where the company is headed in general, tune in because we have a whole load of news for you.

Now, with that out of the way, let's jump right in.


If you go a decade back and try to find out about Tesla from your average layman, you will get nothing but a blank stare or random tidbits about the old scientist.

However, in just a short period of time, the company has gone from a low-volume gimmick company to a full-on trendsetter.

And with multiple factories, and 4 cars selling out before a shipment is even delivered on a regular basis, the company doesn't seem to want to stop anytime soon.

And the very latest meeting that the company held regarding their direction is just the confirmation we needed.

And not just that, while other press conferences and presentations have a habit of making stuff look like more than what it actually is, this meeting is a little different from others, since instead of it being a press conference, it's actually an employee conference.

What that means is that the stuff said in it is actually done so in a serious mood and has a lot more credibility.

Now with the context established, let's take a look at the news, which is mostly in the form of reports and tweets from inside the conference, which basically gives word by word recreation of what went on.

And although there is a ton to unpack, there are 3 announcements that are of special interest to us, those being the not one, not two, but three cars that Tesla wants to unveil in 2023.

And with a lot happening worldwide, Tesla's new Self Driving software, new factories, bigger sales numbers and it is just generally a prime time to be the biggest EV manufacturer in the world.

And so it is not surprising that the company plans to ride the high wave onto victory.

So with that cleared up, here's the first main car: