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Tesla needs to build two new automotive manufacturing factories and one new factory to produce solar products. Tesla needs to prioritize long-term growth over short-term profit if they want to become a major car manufacturer.
Since then, Tesla has had only four positive cash flow quarters which investors have reasonably seen as an issue. Obviously in order for a company to survive, they need to be able to generate profits, otherwise they will run out of money.
However, an idea that the market seems to forget is that Tesla was founded in and only started general production of their first car - the Tesla Roadster - in This is a company that has only been producing their product for 10 years. Companies such as Tesla need time to grow before they can reach their full potential.
To add to this, growing is expensive. A rapid growth phase often does not yield immediate profits, but for a company like Tesla, with an established product, rapid growth is exactly what the company needs. Throughout this article I will lay the groundwork for a concept that could allow Tesla to thrive long term, although it may suffer short-term hits.
The plan is to forego creating a quarterly profit, but rather invest as much capital as possible to expand the company. This is exactly what they need if they want to be a mass market brand.
Burning cash is certainly a type of spending, one Tesla has been all to familiar with in the past. The Model 3 assembly line being the most recent and damaging. SolarCity was different, as Tesla acquired it in order to expand and grow their business, yet they were still criticized for it. Cash can be spent in many ways and Tesla needs to prioritize their spending on the expansion of the company.
Using the final two quarters of to profit may not be such a bad thing, even if it is prioritized over expansion for that time. If Tesla can prove that it can profit with its current business and manufacturing model, analysts and investors will have more reason to believe that profits will come from expansion.
The expansion will allow Tesla to execute at a higher rate and efficiency. With more vehicles being produced, Tesla will be able to reduce wait time for customers and increase profit margins.
This is a big deal because there have been many Model 3 reservation holders that have withdrawn their orders because of the long wait. A new factory in the US would help Tesla immensely, but they would need more than just that. The production of their solar products needs dramatic ramp up as well and another factory could manage that pretty well.
Overall, two new car manufacturing factories should be built, one in Europe and one in the US, both modeled after the Shanghai factory to produce both batteries and cars. In addition to the car factories, one new factory producing solar products in the US also would be necessary.
Lastly, Tesla should be more open to make acquisitions if they believe that it will help them in the future. This article will discuss why Tesla needs to put aside short-term profit and focus more on their expansion.
Unfortunately with Tesla reaching their goal of influencing other companies to start producing compelling electric vehicles, they now have to face competition. Although Tesla is still currently the lead producer of electric vehicles, this could change as more companies begin exploring electric vehicles more seriously.
It produced just 53, vehicles in Q2 of which is the most ever out of the factory. However, if Tesla can reach even 8, Model 3s weekly, it should be able to topcars annually at Fremont with the Model X and Model S production taken into consideration. This prediction came from news that Tesla will be receiving three new Grohmann machines in order to increase production of the Model 3 battery packs and evaluating the current state of the battery assembly lines.
Again, this move prioritized growth over short-term profit and evidence already has started to show that this was a good acquisition.
This news of the battery production increase coupled with the car manufacturing increase work hand in hand together, as production in both factories have seen the potential to begin producing 8, Model 3s per week with only minimal capital investment.
This is just one example of how Tesla can better itself by putting more capital toward growing the company, instead of its current focus of short-term profit.
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