“The demand is there, one now needs to look at how this business model can be moved into a different dimension.”
According to Gunnar Herrmann, chairman of Ford of Germany, enquiries from all over the world have multiplied since Ford confirmed its cooperation with StreetScooter in June. As reported, they officially launched the StreetScooter Work XL in August. Now the car giant is considering building the electric StreetScooter minivan, too.
“We estimate the global on-road population of Tesla vehicles will reach nearly 300k units by the end of 2017 and, by the end of 2018, rise 80% to 531k units.”
Within the next months, Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas predicts significantly more Teslas on the streets. A trend that, according to him, will persist: By 2023 he forecasts already 10 times more Tesla cars compared to 2017 – and by 2040 up to 32m units worldwide.
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