Tony Seba, Frank Faga.
“It’s the end of energy and transportation as we know it, and it’s coming very quickly. It’s going to be over by 2030; it has started already.”
This is Stanford University lecturer Tony Seba’s prognosis for a world independent from fossil fuels that runs on electricity instead. Electric cars are one factor among battery storage, and solar power that drive this dramatic change over the next 15 years.
“I’d be really surprised if he can launch production by next July. But this is a guy who says he’s going to Mars. Who am I to say he can’t do this?”
Frank Faga, an auto manufacturing consultant, comments on many analysts’ doubt regarding Tesla’s accelerated production plans for the Model 3. The EV maker is urging suppliers to get ready to deliver parts for 400,000 economy EV by 2018.