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Fly News Breaks for March 5, 2020
GM, TSLA
Mar 5, 2020 | 07:44 EDT
Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives notes that General Motors (GM) held its EV day in Detroit, with the company highlighting its plans to transform the industry looking ahead despite its tepid EV success to date. The analyst believes the event was a clear shot across the bow against Tesla (TSLA), which continues to lead the EV landscape by a clear margin. With battery technology the linchpin, GM says its battery technology will allow electric cars to travel 400 miles on a single charge without compromising driving performance which would exceed Teslas projected range of 322 miles for its Model 3, Ives notes, adding that GM touted its proprietary Ultium battery-cell technology, which can be stacked inside the battery pack either horizontally or vertically. He views that as one of the highlights of the event as this will be a focus when Tesla holds its Battery Day over the coming months to compare and contrast with the GM battery unveiling. Ives has a Neutral rating and a $710 price target on Tesla's shares.
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TSLA
Jul 23, 2021 | 06:34 EDT
The auto industry's push into electric vehicles has gained traction this year, with sales of plug-in vehicles doubling during the first half of 2021, outpacing the 29% rise of total vehicle sales, Mike Colias of The Wall Street Journal reports, citing Wards Intelligence. The main factor for electric vehicle gains is Tesla (TSLA), whose U.S. sales rose 78% through June. Other new electric offerings from companies such as Ford Motor (F) and Volkswagen (VWAGY) also helped push sales of plugs-in electric vehicles. Reference Link