Thanks. Yes, that is definitely a question. However, they are sourcing cells today from somewhere. They are using them in the test vehicles. Scaringe seems very methodical, and they appear to have lined up all the important suppliers already. So, someone is probably on the hook to supply batteries already, we just don't know who.Excellent report.
The Elephant in the room is "where are they sourcing their 2170 cells?" isn't it?
They are going to need a lot of cells.
SK Innovation is planning to invest $1B then another $700M in a battery cell factory in Georgia.
SK Innovation announces new electric vehicle battery gigafactory in the US
I wasn’t. I had my tape measure in my pocket, but they had ropes around each vehicle. Not sure that level of detail is worthwhile anyways since they are prototype cars. While they are “production intent”, we know what happens when manufacturing reality steps in (I’m still annoyed at Tesla for showing us a gorgeous Model 3 hood in the prototype car, and then delivering blah).Thanks! Very interesting information! Where you able to get an inside look of the vehicles? Any information on 3rd row leg room?