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Bottom-up, Tesla’s Component Edge

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Senior Consultant Microgrid Labs

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE: Microgrid Labs, Inc. Senior Consultant: 2014 to Present Developed product plans, conceptual and preliminary designs for projects, performed industry surveys and...

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The best do sweat the small stuff. They get the seemingly insignificant details right. They have the discipline to shine at the baby things which they get gives birth to spectacular giant things.” – Robin S. Sharma, Writer

In other words, they sweat the components.

In observing Tesla for the better part of a decade, I know they do this, because of their results, because they constantly tinker with everything, and they design their products so they can do this (consider their fully connected EVs).

This post will look at components that Tesla is working on currently, and suggest how these might impact their future products. It will also look at third quarter 2021 results and other Tesla news.

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