Relying on source-based information spells disaster, but if there is even the slightest element of truth in this rumor, this could be a game-changer for the Indian market, with a massive impact in the years to come. can cause confusion.
It will not only disrupt existing players and industries, but also accelerate the introduction of electric vehicles in the country.
Depends on the car…
The Tesla Model 3 in India is priced at 45 racks at best, but it will likely be on par with the Volvo XC40 Recharge, so 56 racks.
For 20-25 racks, it must be a car “made in India for India”.
Buying a Tesla is like buying Bitcoin. No further explanation needed.
what is the correlation?
MG currently sells the ZS EV in this price range.
If they launch a Tesla at this price point, things will change. But it would have to be made for India, which is highly unlikely with Tesla’s plans.
Bitcoin is gambling. In other words, unlike the stock market, there is no independent variable to predict prices. Elon’s decisions are no different, they don’t depend on his management or anyone else. It’s an autocratic greedy philosophy, he does what he wants, but that’s not how to run a long-term successful company. personal opinion.
I thought this thread was about buying a Tesla car, not $TSLA stock.
Now what’s wrong with this? He has started and successfully run multiple businesses.
Let’s take a look at the failing American auto business in India with management. Chevrolet, GM, and now Ford. RIP.
no. Already TATA EV has been extensively tested and optimized for India’s terrain and climate.
It ends up being the same as Starlink and is permanently suspended.
Well, in terms of investing, both sound similar. In fact, stocks are always better than depreciating cars.
Yes, Vijay Mallya started the same way. Time will tell. Most of the time, honest business operations tend to survive in the long run, but let’s leave that for now.
IMO EVs are totally unreliable. Whoever buys it must be crazy. I can’t imagine running out of battery on a long drive or waiting in long lines to charge my car. Not to mention the extremely long waiting times at charging stations, unlike petrol or diesel.
Probably good for a delivery person who has a well-defined daily mileage and area and can recharge at the office at night.If not, EV is troublesome
People traveling to remote areas or places with few EV charging stations should bring a diesel generator!