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Is Tesla’s 2030 Goal To Sell 20 Million Cars Per Year Realistic?

Tesla has been facing several issues. First, the EV market has problems due to the chip shortage, and while this issue seems to be getting better, it’s still had an impact. Due to availability, there’s also been a price increase on other materials too, including lithium. In April, Musk said he was considering having Tesla mine it to combat this issue. A lack of necessary materials for manufacturing started during the pandemic and worsened with the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. In addition, due to the extra costs, the company has raised the prices of all its vehicles. This made Model 3 and Model Y cars no longer available for California’s Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP). This could make people less likely to buy an EV. That could help ease some of the demand on Tesla but doesn’t help it reach its goal.

Even after two years of the pandemic, lockdowns are still affecting Tesla. In April, the factory in Shanghai was shut down for a week. When it resumed production, employees had to sleep on the factory floor to comply with lockdown rules. Even with the workers back in the factory, Tesla is having difficulty ramping up production again because there could only be one shift due to not being able to allow more people into the building. In addition, the U.S. is once again seeing a rise in COVID cases, so the pandemic will be an ongoing issue for the company.

With all the issues slowing down production, it seems impossible for Tesla to reach its goal. The pandemic and Russian-Ukrainian conflict would have to end for the company to ramp up production. Prices for materials and vehicles will also have to come down so more people can afford to buy one. It’s unclear when any of these issues will be resolved. In addition, Tesla would have to either have no more unforeseen problems or prepare for more obstacles before they happen so they don’t impact production. In the meantime, it doesn’t appear that Tesla will meet its goal.

Source:  Statista, Green Car Reports, Tesla/Twitter


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Is Tesla’s 2030 Goal To Sell 20 Million Cars Per Year Realistic?

Tesla has been facing several issues. First, the EV market has problems due to the chip shortage, and while this issue seems to be getting better, it’s still had an impact. Due to availability, there’s also been a price increase on other materials too, including lithium. In April, Musk said he was considering having Tesla mine it to combat this issue. A lack of necessary materials for manufacturing started during the pandemic and worsened with the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. In addition, due to the extra costs, the company has raised the prices of all its vehicles. This made Model 3 and Model Y cars no longer available for California’s Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP). This could make people less likely to buy an EV. That could help ease some of the demand on Tesla but doesn’t help it reach its goal.

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Even after two years of the pandemic, lockdowns are still affecting Tesla. In April, the factory in Shanghai was shut down for a week. When it resumed production, employees had to sleep on the factory floor to comply with lockdown rules. Even with the workers back in the factory, Tesla is having difficulty ramping up production again because there could only be one shift due to not being able to allow more people into the building. In addition, the U.S. is once again seeing a rise in COVID cases, so the pandemic will be an ongoing issue for the company.
With all the issues slowing down production, it seems impossible for Tesla to reach its goal. The pandemic and Russian-Ukrainian conflict would have to end for the company to ramp up production. Prices for materials and vehicles will also have to come down so more people can afford to buy one. It’s unclear when any of these issues will be resolved. In addition, Tesla would have to either have no more unforeseen problems or prepare for more obstacles before they happen so they don’t impact production. In the meantime, it doesn’t appear that Tesla will meet its goal.

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Source:  Statista, Green Car Reports, Tesla/Twitter

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Is Tesla’s 2030 Goal To Sell 20 Million Cars Per Year Realistic?

Tesla has been facing several issues. First, the EV market has problems due to the chip shortage, and while this issue seems to be getting better, it’s still had an impact. Due to availability, there’s also been a price increase on other materials too, including lithium. In April, Musk said he was considering having Tesla mine it to combat this issue. A lack of necessary materials for manufacturing started during the pandemic and worsened with the Russian-Ukrainian conflict. In addition, due to the extra costs, the company has raised the prices of all its vehicles. This made Model 3 and Model Y cars no longer available for California’s Clean Vehicle Rebate Project (CVRP). This could make people less likely to buy an EV. That could help ease some of the demand on Tesla but doesn’t help it reach its goal.

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Even after two years of the pandemic, lockdowns are still affecting Tesla. In April, the factory in Shanghai was shut down for a week. When it resumed production, employees had to sleep on the factory floor to comply with lockdown rules. Even with the workers back in the factory, Tesla is having difficulty ramping up production again because there could only be one shift due to not being able to allow more people into the building. In addition, the U.S. is once again seeing a rise in COVID cases, so the pandemic will be an ongoing issue for the company.
With all the issues slowing down production, it seems impossible for Tesla to reach its goal. The pandemic and Russian-Ukrainian conflict would have to end for the company to ramp up production. Prices for materials and vehicles will also have to come down so more people can afford to buy one. It’s unclear when any of these issues will be resolved. In addition, Tesla would have to either have no more unforeseen problems or prepare for more obstacles before they happen so they don’t impact production. In the meantime, it doesn’t appear that Tesla will meet its goal.

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Source:  Statista, Green Car Reports, Tesla/Twitter

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