Tesla will have to assume after the drop in prices, and it will not be easy to do so, according to JVTech Electric cars.
Published on 01/24/2023 at 20:50
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Tesla is set to start strong in 2023 thanks to lower costs! Elon Musk, the company that makes the decision, has chosen to increase its sales in order to maintain its edge over Chinese competitors...
Tesla intends to reintroduce electric vehicles to the public in 2023.
Tesla understands that 2023 will be a pivotal year for the electric vehicle market. It will have to make every effort to deter Chinese manufacturers that threaten its "hegemony." This is why the American company launched a price war a few weeks ago.
The Tesla Model 3 and Model Y's prices have significantly decreased on January 13th. Both models now have a €5,000 ecological bonus, which allows for a Model 3 to be purchased for €39,990, and a Model Y for €41,990, which puts pressure on firms, particularly the berlin gigafactory.
Tesla factories that are just in time?
Tesla has Superchargers, but they also have Gigafactories. The Berlin factory is the one that produces the majority of the brand's electric automobiles (in Europe), although it is still partially operational at the end of 2022. The recent drop in prices and the surge in orders has a direct impact on the Berlin factory.
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Tesla is having a problem with recruiting because to the competition across the Rhine, which pays its employees more attractive salaries than those offered by Tesla. The employees of Elon Musk in Berlin, for example, work long hours, sometimes even weekends.
Tesla's French site indicates deliveries for the Model 3 and the Model Y from end to end, although the delays may be significant if orders continue to flow.