What do you think they met up about?
The capacity is fine though. With faster charging and more charging stations, the batteries won't be an issue.
Yeah, the units shipped are really low but that's to be expected with low capital to grow.
but will they invest in an infrastructure for charging with such a low potential audience? Although Tesla has a low audience now, it's aimed at the mass market.
That looked like the case years ago. Both his companies were in trouble and days from bankruptcy but that changed:
Interesting how he tried to get a job at Netscape early on but was too nervous and ended up starting out on his own.
What I wonder is what would be the downside for Apple doing this? If it operates on its own and just needs cashflow to expand and if they expect it to be profitable in the future, why not be a part of it? If it starts to go wrong, they do the same thing Elon would and shut it down.