|Masco has invested heavily in the past two quarters, and now the Model 3 installation line has not yet been completed, and after this year's annual performance review, Tesla has fired hundreds of employees.
Tesla did not announce the number of employees fired, but San Jose Mercury reported that the estimated number of employees to be fired between 400 and 700 people.
Tesla's production has lagged far behind the established plan, and Freemant's H Beam Connecting Rods employees have to manually assemble cars.
With Musk launched a series of embarrassing products and plans, Bloomberg lists a number of reasons to remind us that Tesla will never become a global auto giant.
So far, the US government's generous subsidy to electric cars has pushed Tesla's sales, which has made it impossible for investors to think that Tesla will become a well-paid company someday.
Morgan Stanley is expected in 2040, the world will have 52.6 million Tesla cars, but unfortunately, the subsidy policy is not enough to support Tesla to achieve this goal. The construction of charging stations and other necessary infrastructure will require an astonishing $ 2.7 trillion, most of which may need to be allocated by the government.
Morgan Stanley said the issue needed to be tackled by cross-regional and sectoral private and public funds. Morgan Stanley strategists added that unless the infrastructure is in place, any car company or government's radical goals can not be achieved.
As we have mentioned many times, the electric car industry has basically Connecting Rods been a unique huge subsidy. In China, electric vehicles are actively promoted to a certain extent to solve environmental pollution problems, the Government to develop fit BMW E46 Coilovers for sale a strong strategy to force consumers to choose electric vehicles. In Shanghai, tens of thousands of people monthly license plate auction, and the purchase of electric vehicles will be free license plate.
Bloomberg reported that Morgan Stanley is expected in 2040 to become the world's largest electric car market, accounting for about one-third of global infrastructure spending.
But during the administration of Trump, the United States is unlikely to long-term subsidies for electric vehicles. Masque's ambition turns into reality that will be difficult.