Go Summarize

Analysts say Tesla just quietly turned on a $10 billion USD growth switch

electricvehicles#evs##electriccars#electricfuture
35K views|1 months ago
💫 Short Summary

Tesla has opened up its supercharger network to all electric vehicle manufacturers, doubling access for Ford electric car owners and potentially making billions from selling memberships. Analysts predict a shift towards all new cars being EVs, leading to increased demand for electric chargers. Non-Tesla EV owners can use the network for a 30% higher fee and an optional $13 subscription plan, with Tesla potentially earning $6 to $12 billion annually. The market undervalues Tesla's growth potential from its supercharger network and subscription services.

✨ Highlights
📊 Transcript
Tesla opens supercharger network to all electric vehicle manufacturers.
03:27
Analysts predict Tesla could make billions by selling memberships to non-Tesla owners for access to the network.
Rise of EVs expected to lead to all new cars being sold eventually becoming EVs.
More OEMs likely to join Tesla's program and install Tesla NEX chargers on their vehicles.
Expansion of the charging network expected as a result of this move.
Tesla's supercharger network and subscription services are predicted to significantly contribute to the company's revenue stream.
03:59
Non-Tesla EV owners can use the supercharger network for a 30% higher fee than Tesla owners, with an optional $13 subscription plan.
Analysts estimate that Tesla could potentially earn between $6 to $12 billion annually from subscriptions.
Revenue from carbon credits may decrease for Tesla as EV adoption increases.
The market undervalues Tesla's potential growth due to its supercharger network and subscription services.