Even if the company fails, and it might, someone will buy their factories and tech such as GM or Toyota and produce the product more efficiently. Electric cars are here to stay and likely will take over a large portion of car sales in the future. Electric engines are faster and more reliable than combustion engines. Personally I want an electric car just so that I can simplify my life with less maintenance and less time spent at the pump. So far I have not seen a reliable option that is also comfortable. Tesla has luxury but poor reliability (I'm not looking to start a reliability argument here,) Nissan Leaf has reliability but not much luxury. Once they blend I am in.boogiehead wrote: ↑Sun Feb 24, 2019 2:03 pmTo me what's alarming is the high turnover rates among its executives. Most executives have incentives that take a few years to vest and a lot of them seem to bailout before that meaning they don't see long term future for the company and that's with insider information
All electric race cars are being produced and all that tech will trickle down to us.
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