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    The Rise and Fall of the Electric Car

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    "Study Finds Americans Own 2.28 Vehicles Per Household - AutoSpies Auto News." AutoSpies - Detroit Auto Show, New York Auto Show, SEMA Auto Show, Auto News, Reviews, Car Photos, Auto Show Photos, Spy Shots. 12 Feb. 2008. Web. 28 Mar. 2011. . "Volt FAQ." Chevrolet. General Motors. Web. 28 Mar. 2011. . White, E.B. "Automobiles." Quotationary. New York: Random House, 2010. 52-53. Print. "Why Did GM Crush the EV1??" Revenge of the EV1: Crushing EV1 Crushed GM. Web. 28 Mar. 2011. .

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    Tesla Case Study Summary

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    Tesla Motors Case Study Tesla Motors is a new car manufacturer company that offers electric cars to customers. It is well known and appreciated by many people. Some people like the company, but some others do not. The company has been well established in the market; however, some financial specialists say the company is not. Therefore, to agree or disagree with them, it is crucial to focus on its history, development, growth, external environment, SWOT analysis, corporate level strategy, business-level

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    Introduction to Tesla, Inc. Beginning in July of 2003, Tesla Motors came into the electric car market with their vision fixed on accelerating the world’s transition to sustainable energy. Whether a company can truly uphold such a lofty goal depends largely on the company’s culture. The phrase originally by Peter Drucker, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast” proves itself constantly in any business, start-up, or Fortune 500. For Tesla Inc., culture appears to be the glue that holds the company’s

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    Electric cars

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    would last longer and be more powerful. Toyota develops an electric car called the Prius in 1977. The Prius would become the world’s first messily produced electric car. Other car manufactures began to produce electric cars, such as Honda, Ford, Chevrolet, and Nissan. This created a competition between all of the car manufactures, in order to see who could develop the most superior electric car. This made electric cars become more popular to consumers, it made them want to buy an electric car. There

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    The company Tesla Motors Inc could be said to have been born in 2003, those whom founded and invested into the organisation are known for their innovative minds, in previous companies. Elton Musk is the founder of PayPal, Sergey Brin and Larry Page the founders of Google, they are among a handful of investors. The primary aim of the company was not just to make the traditional motor vehicle which has become a normality in the last century but to go beyond that. Instead the establishing group of Silicon

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    Elon Musk, the cofounder, chief executive officer and visionary of Tesla Motors captured the public’s attention by providing us with a green, stylish, and affordable alternative to the traditional gas-guzzling automobile (Hull, 2015). Musk has become somewhat of a celebrity, enabling him to raise billions from investors that believe in his vision for the future of electric vehicle transportation. Now he must convince the consumer to invest in his company, and buy a lot more cars (Hull, 2015, p. 20)

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    Car Killer

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    In the late 1990s, General Motor worked to put an electric car on the market which made sense since electricity has always been a large part of our lives so to start using electricity powered cars would not be so much of a change from our normal practice, as people may seem to think, this car was going to be the car that stands above the rest, with its zero emissions and sleek design, the GM EV1 was inexorable, this runs entirely without gas and oil of any sort. Its runs only on electric power which

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    Tesla Success

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    As we know, the world we live in is trying to convert from gas powered vehicles to electric powered vehicles. Even though there are many car companies attempting to carry out this goal, not all of them are successful. One of the successful companies is known as Tesla Motors. Tesla makes exclusively electric cars, trying to focus on improving Earth’s pollution. So far, they have been very successful. The surprising thing about Tesla’s success is the fact that they have currently only released one

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    Tesla Motors Inc.

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    Every business and company in this world has started from the bottom and worked there way up in some certain way. Starting up a business or company comes with big risks. These entreprenuers risk the possibility that the company will have lower than expected profits or will expereince loss rather than a profit. Martin Eberhard and his business partner Marc Tarpenning took that risk founding Tesla Motors Inc. As said by Thomas Jefferson, "With great risk comes great reward," and that is exactly what

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    Toyota Prius Case Study

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    Mention “hybrid” vehicle to most people and the Toyota Prius comes to mind. That’s expected as the Prius family is by far the most dominant hybrid electric vehicles on the market. Furthermore, Toyota is the chief manufacturer, building twice as many hybrids as the industry combined. Despite all the attention given to hybrids, these vehicles account for just under 3 percent of all cars on the road today. That’s not an especially tenable market for a vehicle segment touting all things sustainable

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