Yep Stuart, the BSB squarial was a brilliant piece of kit, but when Sky acquired BSB back in 1990, they ditched the squarial and the more advanced BSB STB, which was using an early version of digital known as D2-Mac, Sky at the time stuck with the PAL Analogue system.
Of course the Sky analogue system was very easy to hack, and everyone I new at the time was watching Sky for free, using the Season software.
It was a race against time for Sky to go digital, which they did in 1998.
The Tesla factory in China is for building Tesla cars destined for the China home market, they even have a GB/T charge port which is the Chinese std, although the car can still accept CCS as on the China cars there are two ports, it’s not the most elegant solution as the charge ports are situated behind what looks like a regular fossil fuel flap, rather than being integrated into the rear light cluster as found on European models, which only have the single CCS charge port.
Tesla have already chosen a location in Germany near to Berlin for building Tesla cars destined for the European market, which is great news.
Currently Tesla cars are assembled in Holland, but not manufactured there.
Just seen a video on you tube of a German guy towing a caravan with a Model 3, the caravan seemed to deplete the range by around 30% which I guess is to be expected but still means that you could cover 200 miles whilst towing, before you have to charge again.
The Model 3 being used was the Long Range version, not sure though if it was the RWD or AWD version.
The video can be found under NEFT.Level Model 3 Tow Hitch.