The other significant bit of news was Musk's announcement that Tesla would be holding a "battery day," which we assume would take a similar form as the company's Autonomy Investor Day that it held back in April of 2019. During this event, the company will likely outline its plans for future battery technologies, production advancements and more. Musk speculated that it would likely take place in April of 2020.
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Tesla battery drive train day is tentatively planned for April, 2020. Tesla would describe the challenges reach 2000 gigawatt-hours of batteries every year.
If that level of batteries was only for making 100 KWH cars then it would be 20 million cars per year. This would more likely be 10 million cars, one hundred thousand semi-trucks and storage products.
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