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about Elon Musk and the Tesla Model S article Posted by Hacker News on Friday, August 14, 2020 17:22:17I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Elon Musk about his Tesla Model 3 electric car, and his answer to the question “Why would anyone ever buy a Tesla?” was one of the most interesting things I’ve read about a technology and a product.

Elon Musk’s answer was so simple, it left me wondering if he was right.

I’ll try and explain what I mean.

The most common answer to a question like that is that it’s a bad bet to buy a new car, because the technology is too far ahead of its time.

The same applies to a Tesla, but I’m sure that’s not the case for most other cars.

But Elon Musk is not just wrong on this point.

He’s wrong on a lot of other things, too.

As I noted in my previous article about Tesla’s first production car, the Model S, I had a hard time understanding why anyone would want a Tesla.

Tesla is a well-known brand, but it’s only one company, and even a company as large as Tesla can’t keep up with demand.

Even the Model X is still catching up to demand.

Tesla isn’t making enough cars, and that means the cars are getting less reliable, too expensive, and less appealing than they should.

I’m not saying this is an all-or-nothing argument.

There are plenty of reasons why a company might not want to buy an electric car.

For example, Tesla is trying to create a mass market car, so they’re also trying to improve the efficiency of their production process.

But there are also lots of reasons for companies to invest in making new, better cars.

Tesla is also one of those companies that makes its products to be sold at an extremely low price.

The Model 3 is only $35,000 when you factor in its factory incentives, and it costs $1,000 more than a similar model in a comparable price range.

And this is before you even factor in the cost of the batteries, the software, the safety features, the performance, and the other safety features.

So what Tesla does is to make its cars for a very low price point.

The company has done this to great effect.

Even in the midst of the Tesla financial crisis, it has managed to increase the sales of its cars by a factor of 20 in less than a year.

Tesla isn’t a company that’s going to lose money selling its cars, so I guess it’s no surprise that they’re profitable.

The problem is that even if Tesla makes a lot more cars, the company’s profits will likely go down.

Even if you don’t think Tesla will be profitable, you should still consider the car.

It’s an excellent value and is a much better choice for people who don’t want to pay full price for a new SUV or pickup truck.

The fact that Tesla has created a very affordable car that’s good for the environment should be a given, but the fact that the car is so good and affordable should also be a reason to buy it.

I’m a big fan of Tesla’s Model S because it’s an affordable car, but there are better choices out there.

As a matter of fact, the reason I’m not a big believer in the Model 3 isn’t because I’m pessimistic about Tesla, it’s because I think the company has a long way to go before it makes money.

The Model 3 has been in production for almost two years, and Tesla still doesn’t make a lot.

I doubt that’s too far off from the original estimate of just a few thousand cars per year.

It should be possible for Tesla to hit that number, but as far as I can tell, they’re still not going to be able to do so.

The biggest problem with the Model Y is that the company hasn’t made a single new vehicle since 2015.

Tesla’s manufacturing has been so successful that they have enough components and parts to make a million cars per day.

That’s not a lot, but if you compare the Model 2 to the Model P, you’ll see that Tesla is still making more than twice as many cars per month.

Tesla’s production costs have skyrocketed.

When the Model 5 and Model X were announced, Tesla’s cost of production was estimated at $50,000 per vehicle.

The cost of those cars was still cheaper than the Model III.

That has made the Model 6 a better-priced car, even though it doesn’t have a battery.

I can’t speak for all car companies, but this is a big problem that can only be solved by a combination of mass production, low-volume production, and cheap mass production.

In other words, Tesla has done it again, and I expect the company will continue to do it until it’s able to sell cars at a profit.