Tesla’s Full Self-Driving System to Cost $15,000
August 23, 2022
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The price increase will take effect on September 5th. This may affect Tesla($NASDAQ:TSLA)’s market and earnings in the long term, as the price of the self-driving system is quite high.
However, Tesla has been working on making its cars more affordable, so it is possible that the company will continue to be successful despite the price increase.
On Monday, Tesla stock opened at $875.7 and closed at $869.7. This dip came after the company announced that its full self-driving system will cost $15,000. The price tag is significantly higher than what many analysts had expected, and it could make Tesla’s cars less competitive. Nevertheless, Tesla remains one of the most innovative and exciting companies in the auto industry.
Tesla is classified as a ‘cheetah’ company, meaning that it has achieved high revenue or earnings growth but is considered less stable due to lower profitability. High growth companies are deemed more volatile as they attempt to grow faster.
However, Tesla’s fundamentals reflect its long term potential. The company has an intermediate health score of 6/10 considering its cashflows and debt, and is likely to be able to pay off debt and fund future operations. Tesla is strong in growth, medium in asset, profitability and weak in dividend.
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The system includes “Navigate on Autopilot,” which can autonomously steer the car on highways; “Autopark,” which can automatically parallel or perpendicular park the car; and “Summon,” which allows the car to park itself in and out of a garage or parking space. The system will also include “Traffic Light and Stop Sign Control,” which will enable the car to stop at red lights and stop signs; and “Recognize and Respond to Traffic Cones,” which will enable the car to navigate around construction zones.
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