The fifth China International Import Expo opened today, as previously previewed, Tesla with the new Model S Plaid, Model X Plaid, Tesla humanoid robot debut in the Fair, which is also the debut of these three products in China.
The images in this article are from Tesla’s official microblogging site
The Tesla Model S / X Plaid was first released in January 2021 and can be seen as a performance version of the standard model. “. When “Plaid” is turned on, the visual shape of space in front of you changes from a line to a grid, which is consistent with the original meaning of Plaid in English: tartan, chevron. This is where the idea of naming Tesla cars after Plaid comes from.
The Model S Plaid features 2.1 seconds of 100km acceleration, a top speed of 322km/h, and a three-motor all-wheel drive system with a sustained power output of over 1,000 horsepower. Both Plaid models feature a 17-inch center touchscreen with flexible angle adjustment, as well as an in-car screen for the rear seats, and a more powerful in-car gaming system with 10 trillion floating points per second of computing power, comparable to the entertainment performance of today’s new game consoles. The new car also supports Auto Shift, Touch Shift and Push Button Shift, and features a new interior and Yoke steering wheel that breaks away from traditional steering controls. Currently, the Tesla China website is able to reserve (pre-sale orders can be cancelled at any time and receive a full refund) the Model S / X Plaid, but there is still no clear delivery time given.
The Tesla Bot uses the same powerful computer vision as the car; the “brain” processes visual data, makes action decisions and supports communication. “In addition, Tesla Bot is equipped with the same FSD computer and Autopilot-related neural network technology as Tesla’s vehicles. The final price is expected to be no more than $20,000 (about 144,000 CNY). Musk has said that Tesla Bot is initially positioned to replace people in repetitive, boring and dangerous jobs. But the vision is for it to serve millions of households, such as cooking, mowing lawns, caring for the elderly, etc.