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    launched in 2003 under the leadership of successful entreperneur, Elon Musk, it has quickly established itself in the electric-automotive industry having released three relatively successful car models thus far. It's car portfolio has strategically segmented the market as each car appeals to a different target market. They originally released the Tesla Roadster which is a sports car capable of high performances but comes at a high cost. The most current release is Model X which is modelled…

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    Gasoline Powered Vehicles

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    Traditional cars are seriously depended on in today’s society. How many places would you not be able to get to without your car as an adult? Work? Appointments? Shopping? Yes, sure, all of these places are accessible through other means of transportation, but, not everyone has the comfort or afford to conform their schedules to fit it. Society lets the harm gasoline powered vehicles cause fall between the cracks more often than naught. The world's number of registered vehicles has reached over…

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    Tesla Target Market Essay

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    Key Markets: The Market segment that has been targeted by Tesla in the first place was Sports premium electric cars with high-end Prices. Indeed, it was confirmed by launching the model Roadster as the First-Tesla product to be marketed. Soon the model S was launched to tackle the Sports premium sedan segment to capture more market share as well as lately the model X for the luxury SUV segment. The premium luxury automobiles industry takes up to 15% of the total automotive industry and with a…

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    Tesla vs GEM (Global Electric Motorcars) Tesla, Inc. and GEM are two car companies that have developed disruptive innovations within the automotive industry, namely electric vehicles. This paper will compare both car companies, analyze their strategies and provide recommendations for future implementations on their strategies. COMPANY OVERVIEW: Tesla, Inc. and GEM (Global Electric Motorcars) compete against each other in the automotive space for their electric vehicles. Below is a brief…

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    Essay On Tesla Motors

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    is the newest successful American motor company since Ford motors 111 years ago. These engineers wanted to prove to the world that electrically powered cars could be better than gas cars. Tesla’s first design was a sports car powertrain built around an AC induction motor which was patented in 1888 by Nikola Tesla. Then in 2008 they released this car as the Tesla Roadster. It amazed the world with its 0 to 60 in 3.7 seconds and its ability to travel 245 mile on a single charge. Within a year,…

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    The Automotive Industry

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    of the United States passenger car market. (Press, n.d.) The increasing regulations to emissions, fuel consumption, and alternative automotive power methods away from gasoline are also affecting factors of the automotive global competition.…

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    that is one day going to be extremely chaotic.Tesla motors is more than a car company, it 's a technology company. They base most of their revenue from cars and batteries but are starting to really enter a new bracket as an environmentalist company as well. They created plan which involved the creation of an expensive low volume car, lower priced medium volume car, and used that money to then develop an affordable high volume car for the mass market while also working to provide solar power to…

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    Volt. Both are made by the same company and both are small electric cars are eligible for the $7500 tax credit. However, the Volt is a plug in hybrid, that claims to be a full electric with a battery extender (an internal combustion (IC) engine). The other is a true full electric. As such, the Bolt is wasting no time before gunning for the Tesla Model 3’s prestige, which will be a main competitor when it is released. Chevy’s full electric auto was announced quite a while ago; beginning of this…

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    Tesla Business Model

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    significant capital funding began when Elon Musk provided the initial financial investment, and became the chairman of the board in 2014. The team “wanted to prove that people didn’t need to compromise to drive electric – that electric vehicles can be better, quicker, and more fun to drive than gasoline cars” (Tesla, Inc., 2017). Since 2003, Tesla Motors’ mission…

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    Negative Consequences Of Lead/Acid Battery

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    is lost, the disposal of the lead within the battery must be dealt with appropriately. An analysis by researchers at Carnegie-Mellon found that the mass production of electric cars using lead/acid battery packs would exponentially increase the public’s exposure to lead pollution (Peters, 1995). According to the study, electric cars would create more than 60 times the amount of lead pollution as compared to vehicles burning leaded gasoline (Peters, 1995). In addition to problems associated with…

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