Overview of Tesla Motors' Operations in EV Industry

  • ID: 3453620
  • Report
  • 61 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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Tesla is Likely to be a Leader in the Electric Vehicle Industry with Introduction of Innovative Technologies

Tesla Motors has changed the outlook of the automotive industry by introducing innovative business models giving it a competitive advantage over its competitors. Tesla is aiming to become a mass producer of electric vehicles by developing affordable electric cars that will compete with conventional vehicles. The company provides charging for its electric vehicles free of cost at its supercharging stations and charges the vehicles within 30 minutes.

This market insight provides an overview of Tesla's operations, its supercharging stations, vehicle architecture and competition, sales channels, and EV product line, in addition to a detailed market estimation.

Aims and Objectives

Aim: The aim of this research service is to provide an executive analysis of Tesla operations in the electric vehicle industry.

Objectives: The objective of this study is to provide:

  • A strategic overview of Tesla’s current operation across the globe.
  • A summary of the performance in 2014 and the future outlook in terms of sales.
  • An outline of market trends and forecasts for Tesla cars until 2020.
  • A detailed description of Tesla EV models.
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1. Executive Summary
  • Tesla Motors - Global Footprint
  • Tesla Plug
  • Supercharging Network
  • Product Strategy
  • Competitor Positioning
  • Tesla Gigafactory
2. Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and Methodology
  • Research Scope
  • Research Aim and Objectives
3. Overview of Operations
  • Tesla Motors - Global Footprint
  • Tesla in US
  • Tesla in Europe
  • Tesla in China
  • Tesla’s Uniqueness Against Traditional Automotive Industry
  • Attractive Options
4. Vehicle Architecture and Competition
  • Technology Strategy
  • Tesla’s Suppliers
  • Battery Swapping
  • Tesla’s Competition
  • Model E
  • Competitor Positioning
5. Sales Channel
  • State Legislation Regarding Direct Sales
  • Tesla Motors - Market and Channel Strategy
6. Market Estimation
  • Estimated Sales
  • Estimated Sales by Model
  • Estimated Sales by Region
7. Tesla Supercharging Station Analysis
  • Tesla Motors - Charging Options
  • Tesla Plug
  • Interoperability
  • Tesla Supercharging Network Deployment Strategy
  • Tesla Partner Program - Supercharging Station
8. Establishment of Supercharging Stations
  • Supercharging Network
  • Tesla Charging Infrastructure
  • Tesla Deployment Strategy in Europe
  • Tesla Deployment Strategy in China - Superchargers
  • Tesla Deployment Strategy
9. Tesla Motors Product Line
  • Product Strategy
  • Tesla Motors - Roadster Specifications
  • Tesla Motors - Model S Specifications
  • Tesla Motors - Model X Specifications
  • Model 3 (E)
10. Tesla Gigafactory
  • Threats to the Tesla Gigafactory
11. Key Conclusions

12. Appendix
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