Most OEMs have been slow to bring EVs to market. However, the barrage of Tesla killer announcements is rampant. Does this promote Tesla or make people think twice?
Tag: Big Auto
The transition is real. Global EV adoption is ramping up at an exponential rate, and according to the Wall Street Journal, ICE cars could soon become obsolete.
Bloomberg believes for at least another decade, traditional OEMs will continue to work tricky financial stunts until their EVs can compete with Tesla.
Whether or not people claim Tesla is bleeding money rather than simply investing in the future, OEMs - despite resources - just can't up ... or don't want to.
A recent, deep-dive article sheds light on how EVs may impact the oil industry and ICE car sales by 2023 and beyond. Pretty fascinating for sure!
This financial economics professor and hedge manager thinks Tesla stock is overvalued. However, he admits that other EVs just aren't sexy or exciting.
OEMs have little incentive to switch to EVs and it will hurt ICE sales. Meanwhile, since Tesla only makes electric cars, the internal dilemma is non-existent.
Few automakers are truly pushing EV adoption, especially when it comes to advertising. Perhaps ad money should be steered away from gas guzzlers and toward Tesla...
With European emissions standards getting steadily stricter, you’d think automakers would be steadily making their cars cleaner. Alas, you’d be mistaken...
No matter how much Big Auto touts "future" endeavors, gas-powered SUVs and trucks are highlighted at auto shows. Money isn't spent marketing EVs.
It seems nearly every legacy automaker is set to follow Tesla with EVs. GM and Ford just jumped in headfirst. Is it the real deal? Will they see it through?