Brooks from DragTimes pitted Tesla’s dual-motor Long Range AWD Model 3 + Acceleration Boost against the dual-motor Performance variant to see if the US$2,000-dollar upgrade really made a difference. Brooks wondered how the Performance variant would cope with its upgradeable mid-tier sibling.
Investors and fans have been desperately waiting for stock to hit $420 on its own merits. Finally, at long last, it happened today. If Tesla continues to hit all-time-high stock prices, it is literally impossible for shorts to make money off the stock.
Traditional automakers often forget that when they compete with Tesla, they aren’t just battling with another car manufacturer, they’re also going up against a tech company. Tesla's tech makes the company a two-headed beast--three-headed if Tesla energy is counted--that could sprout more faces in the coming years.