As of late, there is a lot to like about Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA). From the growth of the brand to the growth of the company’s stock, the electric car maker has taken the auto industry by storm and there is no reason to believe that the company is going to slow down anytime soon.
Like many, you may live by the mantra that “talk is cheap.” This is something that has come back to bite Tesla in the past, because the company, including CEO Elon Musk, is always talking about what its cars can do.
For example, Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) have been talking about making its cars able to quickly swap batteries for quite some time. This is something the company wants to bring to its vehicles as a means of allowing people to travel greater distances without any hassle.
For those who have been waiting to learn more about this, the wait is over. According to CEO Elon Musk, the company has plans to demo the technology to the public on Thursday night as its design studio in Los Angeles.
For a better idea of what Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) CEO Elon Musk had to say, we don’t have to look any further than his Twitter account:
“Live pack swap demo on Thurs night at 8pm California time at our design studio in Hawthorne. Seeing is believing.”
“Video of battery pack swap will be posted to the Tesla website around 9:30pm, so those attending will see this first.”
In true fashion, Musk and Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) are not backing away from a challenge. The company feels that it can make this technology work, and is going to new heights to ensure that this happens sooner rather than later.
Even more so, the company is not shying away from the public and simply “talking a big game.” Instead, they are going to not only demo the technology but also post it live to the company’s website for the world to see. Does it get any better than that?
This is a big piece of the pie for Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA). The company needs this technology to work so that it can convince people that long range trips will be just as convenient as it would in a more traditionally powered vehicle.