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    Registered User Falc&Send's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gats View Post
    Will be 2030 by the time that comes out.

    Still got to get model 3 production up to speed, then the semi, then the roadster, then model Y and finally the pickup.
    You forgot the space rocket

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    Quote Originally Posted by ALLMTR View Post
    Now my math is a bit iffy nowadays but 5000 a month takes a fair while to clear 500000 back orders. 568 years at current rate of production
    Yeah your maths is completely shit. Not sure how many months are your version of a year, but that works out to 8.3 years for 500k at 5k/month.

    It was supposed to be 5000/week not per month I thought, so about 2 years worth if that's the case.

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    Currently delivered 220 last quarter 500k=568yr
    Last edited by garvice; 30-12-17 at 02:54 PM.

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    Right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GSRman View Post
    I saw some TNT hybrid trucks doing round town stuff a while back - haven't seen them in a while though...
    They're still around, as are the StarTrack ones. Canberra only got a couple of the TNT hybrids, there's still one running around the southside. I've seen a few for sale over the last couple of years, most have around 200,000km so that's probably TNT's fleet replacement time. They've also lost a few due to crash damage. Doubt they're going to get any more, it's a lot of $$ for something that carries the same amount of freight, and uses a little less fuel, than a Hiace.

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