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Tesla runs Project Loveday fan-made ads contest

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 05 Mar 2017 14:16 User comments (1)

Tesla runs Project Loveday fan-made ads contest Tesla is looking for submissions of fan-made ads for its cars as part of a contest suggested in a letter from a 10 year old fan.
10 year old Bria Loveday had written a letter for Elon Musk suggesting that the company should run a contest for users to create their own commercials for Tesla vehicles. Musk responded on Twitter that it was a great idea and promised they would do it, and now they have.

Project Loveday is seeking videos that relate to Tesla, SolarCity, their products, or their mission to accelerate the world's transition to sustainable energy. Videos must be 90 seconds or less in length. Contestants should upload their videos to YouTube and then submit them to the contest at the Tesla website.

Submissions will be accepted by Tesla until May 8 this year.

Don't expect a free car though if you win, rather it appears this is more an opportunity to show off your work. The top ten submissions will be featured on Tesla's social media channels, and three of those will receive additional promotion. The outright winner of the contest will be introduced at a future Tesla product launch, with Tesla paying for the travel and accommodation costs for two people.

Read more at: www.tesla.com

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18.3.2017 15:38
hearme0
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Tesla will be obsolete in 15 years IMO.

They'll die out and others will take over.


As I've said over and over, autonomous cars will NOT BE standardized until a grid system is employed. Or, any system that allow car to car communication.

They are already working on that.

Can't really put sensors in ALL ROADS so why not create a grid system via the things ON THE GRID and have them all talk.



Still....TRUE self driving cars are 25-30 years away.

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