Tesla in China: A car with no name is just the beginning of the troubles

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Bu Hao


These pages have been a bit skeptical about Tesla’s long term success. Not because its cars are bad – they aren’t – more because the car business is more complex than rocket science. What turns us into obsessing doubters is Elon Musk’s insistence to know better, and his propensity to step into the many traps this mature business offers. After ignoring laws that forbid factory outlets,  after being way too lackadaisical with NHTSA regulators again and again, Tesla is now in trouble in the world’s biggest auto market, in allegedly the hotbed for electric cars, in China. What’s more, the trouble is most likely bigger than it looks. [Continue Reading]