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   제목: Tesla's $35,000 Car Will Cost the Company
Tesla's $35,000 Car Will Cost the Company


A Tesla Model 3.CreditCreditDavid Zalubowski/Associated Press
A $35,000 Model 3 doesn뭪 come cheap

Elon Musk long promised that Tesla would offer a low-cost Model 3 electric car. Yesterday, he finally made good on that promise � but Tesla is making big sacrifices to offer the vehicle.

What $35,000 gets you is a Model 3 that can cover 220 miles before needing a charge, along with a cheaper interior than higher-priced versions. The new Model 3 is expected to start shipping in two to four weeks.

Tesla expects to sell a lot of them. The announcement led Mr. Musk to raise production estimates to 600,000 cars in 2019.

But it will probably post a loss this quarter. Mr. Musk wouldn뭪 reveal what kind of margins the company would make on its lowest-priced Model 3. But he admitted, 밎iven that a lot is happening in Q1, we do not expect to be profitable in the first quarter.�

And the company will change its business model. Tesla will only take orders online, close some of its showrooms and lay off employees to save money. 밫here뭩 no other way for us to achieve the savings for this car,� Mr. Musk said.

Shareholders are worried. Tesla뭩 stock fell 3 percent in after-hours trading. Liam Denning of Bloomberg Opinion argues that뭩 밷ecause this crowning moment came with more than a hint of a gamble.�

Selected articlea from Bloomberg
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