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- Who is the player?
Tesla specializes in the design, development, manufacture, sale and leasing of fully electric vehicles, stationary energy storage products and solar energy generation systems. The company's activities include the operation of vehicle charging networks and the development autonomous driving solutions.
- What are the player's strategies?
Given that high prices remain a central concern for the overall EV market, much of Tesla's long term growth hinges on its ability to drive down production costs for its technology. This will largely depend on the company's ability to scale up production and sales of its vehicles, particularly its “mainstream” Model 3, and thereby benefit from economies of scale. […].
- What are the player's strengths and weaknesses?
An iconic brand that has become synonymous with a disruptive, clean energy product offering […]
Increasing breadth of vehicle offering and a diversified product pipeline (i.e. SUV, CUV, sedan, roadster, pickup and trailer) […]
Difficulties increasing production capacity in a financially sustainable way due to high production costs […]
High level of indebtedness with further funding rounds required to achieve expansion plans […]
- What is the player's financial position?
The financial indicators presented in the report include: Consolidated net revenues, Consolidated operating income and margin, Consolidated net profit and margin, R&D spending and ratio, Sales by segment, Sales performance by segment, Sales by region, Sales performance by region, Profitability ratios, Liquidity ratios, Solvency ratios and Free cash flow and capital expenditure.