Tesla, a revolutionary company backed with billions of dollars and still seems to not find its path.
From order delays to scandals with its CEO, an eco-friendly company has had a lot of non-friendly publicity.
At least their cars are quite unique and extremely desirable! But that still seems to not be enough to give confidence to shareholders.
Tesla is still struggling with delivering the cars. Is this a problem of too much demand or lack of organization to supply? Probably a bit of the two. Tesla started to be famous from the beginning, with pre-orders, that unless a company has already a production line established it cannot meet the demand.
Tesla is being a victim of its own success, a more smooth and growing demand would allow it to optimize its production line and grow to be a car manufacturer at the same level of already established Chevrolet, Audi or BMW.
Let's see the how this develops but in a near future Tesla cars might be a think of the past, let us hope investors don't lose hope on Tesla.
You can read more at: https://www.ft.com/content/ba5021ba-0e93-11e9-a3aa-118c761d2745
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