what good are 40000 orders (if there really are that many orders)i f they cannot seem to build 4000 of them. What is your source that the current unfilled order list is 40000 and that the list grows each day. I tend to assume the lt shrinks daily until they have an SEC filing that verifies it.
his lesabre might still have all the wheels on it as opposed to so many tsla model s
it is directly related to all the hot air from message board pumpers and the infamous hot air balloon named EWON
clearly you do not know anything to type such blather. Insurance companies should refuse to insure those rattle traps
don't you assume this example is from the high mileage on the car (over 5,000 miles). So much for those highly touted million mile drivetrain the pumpers bragged about here. Maybe they can keep putting cars under the drive mechanism as they can last for many cars if the units wreck about 5000 miles in
in this environment, a PE of 44 for 2016 is still high A PE of 44 for 2020 is astronomical and totally unjustified.
and now apple might go the way of the SONY betamax as apple may not always be the top phone choice. Just look at Nokia, Erriccson, Motorola, etc and where they are now
wonder if any of the x cars will be in the path of the big blizzard hitting DC and Baltimore this weekend. Guess they have not made enough of them to be an issue until next winter if there are any more of them made by then
those pictures show a junky car. I guess if it is priced under $20k, it might be acceptable. Otherwise, person should have sent it back for rebuild. How far is the gap on the other side. I only saw one side picture. If the right side is straight and bad on left, then the rear fender is misalligned or not designed right. The color differences are terrible. Guess the can of Rustoleum they used on the car was from a different batch for the rubber parts. After the wheels fall off and it is junked, no one will care.
guess if none of the body parts line up, TSLA will need to sue someone else to blame them for the misfitting panels and parts. I think the misfits are the poor lemmings who buy the cars in the first place.
did pwdy make yet another alias to pump out blather. I thought I had all of these loons on ignore
you must be the epitome of the old saying "having more money than brains" to thin buying 4 of the new battery carriers when you have not even seen one.
what site reference do you use to know Model X new orders are streaming in and at what rate. I realize they have a backlog as they have only guilt a few hundred of them so far due to inability to build them efficiently Do you have a verifiable source on the increased model X orders (after that initial rush from the loons before the car was even released) or are you just mythically hyping a deflating balloon
South American is a financial mess. I don' tknow how many potential sales there are in Africa but doubt if either of those markets are a positive for TSLA when it cannot even build the X due to those winged doors. Guess we could call it the Vulture instead of X
buying this junker at any price is an unwise move based on current fundamental informaiton
soooo, you are saying that tesla is a worse experiment than the other failed cars. People were just not as smart as they were in the past and did not see the light in time to halt this travesty as quickly as they should have. You might be right but no reason to drag this out any longer if they can shut it down now.
if model x backlog does not rise quarter over quarter, it means the company cannot build any of them or the demand for them does not exist. Not good in either account
if you read the article today about Chip Chowdry opinion for TSLA, all 5 people who he contacted who had an X (likely the only ones not in the service depot) loved their car and had no complaints. If you take those 5 people and extrapolate the results, at least a million model X will be on the road by the end of the quarter driven by happy owners. There must be some good weed floating around these days.
they got the owners money. What more is there to do. this is now bad reputation starts. Shame Phil LeBow from CNBC is too blind to all of this to let them get away with it. I think he is on the payroll and thus will be one of the last detractors from the scamming TSLA