“What’s casual for a robot isn’t necessarily what’s casual for a human.”
I love electric cars. I currently drive a hybrid (a Lexus RX450h to be precise), because I need all-wheel drive to contend with our Canadian winters. I purchase carbon offsets for the fuel I use. But I’ve been dying to get my hands on an electric car. Only problem was that I had to wait for a Tesla that’s all-wheel drive.
Thank goodness my Tesla Model X is on its way, likely to arrive in the next couple of months. I’ve been very impressed with Tesla vehicles and their champion Elon Musk. Just last week the very affordable Model 3 was launched with over 275,000 pre-orders to date so clearly I’m not the only one. And don’t forget that the Tesla Model S won Motor Trend’s “Car of the Year” award for 2013, the first time an electric car ever got that distinction.
This brief video shows how robots puts the Tesla Model S together. The innovation isn’t just in the design of the vehicle, but also in its manufacturing. Watch the dance and behold our future. Not just the future of robotic manufacturing to the extreme, but the future of the electric vehicles we will be driving exclusively one day.