Tesla’s Make-Or-Break Moment Is Fast Approaching


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Haha… no, I won’t let them watch this crap. I used to watch it. :scream:


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Pervert :scream_cat::scream_cat::scream_cat:
You are destroying your daughters’ childhood. Free them.


#1213

Diverting the subject isn’t going to help improve your investment prowess,@manch.

Tsla rising again amidst a sea of red…


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pretty cool


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What are you guys waiting for???

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/tesla-apos-staggering-growth-3-010300535.html


#1220

May (planning to) add some more before Dec 31, 2018.


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https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-11-16/-tesla-stretch-pushes-customers-to-open-wallets-for-model-3s

Tesla Stretch’ Pushes Customers to Open Wallets for Model 3s

By

Dana Hull

November 16, 2018, 3:00 AM PST

  • Trade-ins coming from owners of mainstream cars such as Prius

  • Some buyers resort to renting out their car to help payments


#1227

Very bullish… :rofl:


#1228

They need to work harder/& smarter on making more money!


#1229

No need, the government (aka taxpayers) will bail them out! :rofl:


#1230

I’m hoping the govt (fed or state) up the tax credit too instead of letting it phaseout…


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Model X killer?


#1232

Why no wait more? Very likely I will add monday…

Source: Tesla Model 3 now available for order in China - Autoblog

Tesla has started taking orders for its Model 3 sedan in China for a deposit of 8,000 yuan ($1,153.60), according to the electric carmaker’s China website. Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk said, “Probably some deliveries in March, but April is more certain,” after a Twitter user asked when the deliveries in China would begin. Tesla declined to comment.

The company has been banking on its Model 3 sedan, the performance of which is seen crucial to the carmaker’s future. Shares of Tesla rose 1.6 pct at $353.93 in morning trading. China is the largest market for electric vehicles and most forecasters predict that its sales in the country will speed up rapidly as government regulation drives toward a goal of 100-percent electric vehicles by 2030.

Tesla had signed a deal with Shanghai authorities in July to build its first factory outside the United States, which would cost around $2 billion to construct and would double the size of its global manufacturing.

The Shanghai Gigafactory, based in eastern China, aims to manufacture Model 3 and Model Y cars, with annual capacity of 250,000 vehicles, according to a filing.

Tesla is also developing plans to start producing about 3,000 Model 3s per week in Shanghai in the initial phase of its Gigafactory 3 to reduce the impact of tariffs.