Is Volkswagen Now a Classic Value Investment?

Volkswagen’s electric car capabilities now rival those of Tesla, and unlike it Tesla, it has the manufacturing capacity to put these vehicles into production fast if need be. If the diesel scandal increases the demand for electric cars, Volkswagen is already is a good position to meet the demand. Unlike Tesla, it has a dealer network already in place.

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GM’s Bolt Plug-in Hybrid Concept No Threat to Tesla but Probable Moneymaker

The most interesting thing about the Bolt is its basic design: it can seat five, it has a lot of cargo space and the hatchback will make it is easy to load and unload. From that description, it sounds as if the Bolt is the first vehicle designed specifically for ride and car sharing.

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Toyota Is Close to Mass Marketing Zero Emission Fuel Cell Vehicle

To add another nail to Tesla’s coffin, Toyota’s fuel cell technology is demonstrating some superior performance to Tesla’s Model S. The Tesla website indicates that the range of the Model S series on a charge of electricity is 275 miles; the range of the Mirai on a tank of hydrogen is 300 miles, according to Toyota’s claims.

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Is Toyota Fuel Cell Sedan a Tesla Killer?

The Mirai, which will go on sale in the U.S. next year, will cost between $57,500 and $69,000 depending on the news source you believe, which is quite a bit cheaper than Tesla, where prices start at $101,000. It sounds as if Toyota’s no-emission vehicle is already cheaper than Tesla’s, and it could get cheaper.

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