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Subject:  Re: Competition Date:  12/16/2020  3:47 PM
Author:  albaby1 Number:  6090 of 6127

That's one of the reasons for Giga Berlin. Local manufacture brings the price down and Musk has talked about designing an European model that is a better suited for the narrow streets in some EU cities.

Absolutely. My post wasn't about whether Tesla has room to grow - of course it does. Rather, i just wanted to highlight that the legacy automakers are also growing their EV production, and growing at a pace that collectively meets (and perhaps exceeds) Tesla's growth. It's just not very evident in the U.S. because they're mostly ignoring the U.S. market. That's still amazing for Tesla - but other car companies are also building up solid production of EV's in non-U.S. markets. We're likely to see a future in which many, if not most, of today's legacy car-makers successfully and productively develop substantial marketshare in electric vehicles.

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