how many extra drive units are they using at this time. It seems like each car we hear about is getting about 3 drive units.
that is unreal. They sure do wreck a bunch of them. no wonder they keep selling them as the owners wreck so many of them. how many of these have been wrecked under suspicious circumstances like this Why are they not recalling them for wheel issues and not the seat belts other than to make sure you are strapped in when your car actually does wreck
i also have said all along that this entity will implode at some point from its partial success from selling more cars (if you can call it a success) and not being able to service them. Wait until they hope to sell 500000 cars per year in 2020. They will melt under their own weight as you point out.
Modern day visions of sugar plums and fairies dancing in the analyst's head??? When I saw that $7 per share number for Model X alone, I was shocked. To see you put it to numbers in black and white is even more surprising. How many models of X do we really think they can build (or better yet "sell") in 2016 based on failed designs (it is just a toy and not a functional vehicle for the masses (of rich people that is))?
did some of old pumpers who were put on ignore change names to cause us to ignore them all over again
for model x platform replacement / redesign, are you referring to getting rid of the problematic falcon wing doors to make it a real car / SUV / Crossover that people might want to buy
Is there not room in that big factory building to install a printing press and crank out all the cash they need.
they try to keep it going so they can refinance that 2018 debt that will otherwise mature and go default. Lots of fees if they can keep this balloon afloat longer
The other question is do you want the car soon (probably applies to the Porsche) or do you want to wait a year or two to get it (aka the TSLA)?
I finally put the creep on ignore. He can talk to himself on this board from now on. He is lonely or something
actually a car company would not have large receivables as they get money when they sell the car. TSLA does not directly finance the car when it leaves the local service center. What were the receivables at end of last quarter based on the balance sheet
you stupid moron. Section 179 and other related accelerated tax deductions are suspended / disallowed if you don't have business income to offset against it. What crooked people you are to suggest it is available as a savings when you have little or no income. Someone needs to have the IRS put you in jail for tax fraud.
you are not thinking straight about snow covered Model X. If those doors can even lift the snow on the top of the door (actually part of the roof) to open in the first place, they will then push all the snow against the other winged door and crush it between the two winged doors That will either create one huge piece of slush ice / snow to fall into the vehicle or damage the doors electric lift mechanism as the snow packed ice will keep the doors from actually opening which will in turn cause people rushing to escape the newly created avalanche to hit their heads on the partially closed flapping doors
On top of that, all the snow on the remainder of the roof (such as over the front seating area) will come crashing into the back seat on top of passengers or the seats / floor creating a second unwanted cold avalanche.
On top of that will be the ice that gets into where the flapping doors should fit / seal / close preventing them from closing correctly / consistently and may even damage the way the doors hang if front or back seal tracks are disproportionately packed with snow / ice
On top of that, once ice starts to melt and refreeze on top of car, then when flapping doors open, instead of snow coming into the car, shards of ice will crash into the back seat and onto any unfortunate soul who happens to be in one of those dangerously placed seats.
That cold weather package better have something to melt snow and ice off the top before the flapper doors are opened
when those doors open while you are driving, I can understand why people will go ooooh as they fear for their lives
may be 10 years before one can take delivery of one of those ugly falcon winged varmints anyway. No quick deduction for the vehicle anyway. Regardless, any vehicle heavy enough qualifies for accelerated depreciation. Not just a hummer and a new TESLA Falcon (oh, Ford had one of those 50+ years ago). So your savings is offset by same savings on a comparable gasoline powered long range vehicle. What do you morons smoke to come up with such silly pumping comments
you naive lemmings pumpers are almost funny. The hummer thing is simply an accelerated depreciation for business vehicles used highly for business. It simply pulls the deduction forward and is merely a time value of money thing which is meaningless in a 0% interest rate environment when you cannot earn anything on the tax savings you get a few years sooner than if you wrote the expense off over many years. At least we get comic relief from reading some of the trash you idiots post
don't they have accounts payable to satisfy with most of the cash in the bank. What were the payables at last quarter end?
Is that from those "voices" in your head as nothing you ever post makes any sense. If you really have all that much information that you purport to have then you are fraudulently / illegally posting insider information