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UBS analysts disassemble a Tesla Model 3 and find 'next-gen, military-grade' tech

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UBS analysts disassembled a Tesla Model 3 to compare it with other electric vehicles. "Tesla delivered the best powertrain at the lowest cost," the investment bank told clients. But the car's "nextRead full story

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  • Firstly kudos to UBS analysts deciding to get their hands dirty by literally taking apart a Tesla. Secondly more evidence to suggest the Tesla technology is way ahead of its competition. But finally, what DO you do with a company creating great products but with no sign of financial stability in the

    Firstly kudos to UBS analysts deciding to get their hands dirty by literally taking apart a Tesla. Secondly more evidence to suggest the Tesla technology is way ahead of its competition. But finally, what DO you do with a company creating great products but with no sign of financial stability in the horizon? Buy the products but not the stock?

  • Every car company does this at some point- develop a model with too many advancements to produce profitably . They usually cut their losses and move on to a paired down version. Meanwhile, go private until you figure out how to scale or hire Toyota executives to change your manufacturing process. They’re

    Every car company does this at some point- develop a model with too many advancements to produce profitably . They usually cut their losses and move on to a paired down version. Meanwhile, go private until you figure out how to scale or hire Toyota executives to change your manufacturing process. They’re the best at process systems

  • Tesla is one of those rare companies that must exist and if it does not than it should be invented. Tesla is responsible for radical innovation that the U.S. auto industry badly needed.

    What private equity firms - the ones that have 7 to 10 years horizon - should do is take the UBS analysts’ report

    Tesla is one of those rare companies that must exist and if it does not than it should be invented. Tesla is responsible for radical innovation that the U.S. auto industry badly needed.

    What private equity firms - the ones that have 7 to 10 years horizon - should do is take the UBS analysts’ report seriously and help take Tesla private. With an execution ninja as COO.

  • From what I understand, they are struggling with the quality of what caries this otherwise exellent powertrain in a vehicle --- body and chassis, which traditional car manufacturers have learned how to do well over the decades of experiences.

  • OK.......now I want one!

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