Overview of Tesla Motors Operations in EV Industry

Tesla is Likely to be a Leader in the Electric Vehicle Industry with Introduction of Innovative Technologies

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Tesla Motors has changed the outlook of the automotive industry by introducing innovative business models giving it a competitive advantage over its competitors. Tesla is aiming to become a mass producer of electric vehicles by developing affordable electric cars that will compete with conventional vehicles. The company provides charging for its electric vehicles free of cost at its supercharging stations and charges the vehicles within 30 minutes.

This market insight provides an overview of Tesla's operations, its supercharging stations, vehicle architecture and competition, sales channels, and EV product line, in addition to a detailed market estimation.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary - Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry
Global Footprint, 2015
Tesla Plug
Charging Terminologies, Global, 2014
Supercharging Network Development, Global, 2014
Product Strategy
Product Portfolio, Global, 2008–2017
Competitor Positioning
Brand Positioning and Segment, Global, 2014
Tesla Gigafactory
Future Battery Chemistries for EVs: Tesla Gigafactory Roadmap, US, 2014–2017
2. Research Scope, Objectives, Background, and Methodology
Research Scope
Research Aim and Objectives
3. Overview of Operations - Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry
Tesla in US
Tesla in Europe
Tesla in China
Tesla’s Uniqueness Against Traditional Automotive Industry
Unique Market Establishment, 2014
Introduction of Attractive Add-on Options, US, 2014
4. Vehicle Architecture and Competition - Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry
Technology Strategy
Tesla Model S Architecture, US, 2014
Tesla Model S Suppliers, US, 2014
Battery Swapping Stations, US, 2014
Existing Competition in Automotive Industry, US, 2014
Model E Segment Launch, Global, 2014
5. Sales Channel - Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry
State Legislation Regarding Direct Sales
States Regulations on Direct Sales, US, 2014
Tesla Motors—Market and Channel Strategy
The Tesla Business Matrix, US, 2014
Tesla Motors—Market and Channel Strategy
eRetailing Process, US, 2014
6. Market Estimation - Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry
Estimated Sales, US, China & Europe, 2013–2020
Estimated Sales by Model, US, China & Europe, 2013–2020
Estimated Sales by Region, US, China & Europe, 2013–2020
7. Tesla Supercharging Station Analysis - Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry
Charging Options, Global, 2014
Tesla Plug
Charging Terminologies, Global, 2014
Efforts for Interoperability, Japan, 2014
Supercharging Network Development, Global, 2014
Tesla Partner Program—Supercharging Station - Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry
Supercharging Network Development, Global, 2014
8. Establishment of Supercharging Stations
Supercharging Network development, Global, 2014
Tesla Charging Infrastructure
Current Superchargers Deployment, US, 2014
Tesla Deployment Strategy in Europe
Current Charging Station Deployment, Europe, 2014 and 2015
Tesla Deployment Strategy in China—Superchargers
Current Supercharger Station Deployment, China, 2014
Tesla Deployment Strategy
Tesla Charging Infrastructure, Japan, 2014–2015
9. Tesla Motors Product Line
Product Strategy
Product Portfolio, Global, 2008–2017
Tesla Motors—Roadster Specifications
Tesla Motors—Model S Specifications
Tesla Motors—Model X Specifications
Model 3 (E)
10. Tesla Gigafactory - Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry
Gigafactory Roadmap, US, 2014–2017
Threats to the Gigafactory, US, 2014
Tesla Gigafactory Flow Process, US, 2014
11. Key Conclusions
Conclusions and Future Outlook
12. Appendix
Legal Disclaimer
Market Engineering Methodology


List of Figures & Charts

1. Tesla Motors: Global Footprint, 2015
2. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Charging Terminologies, Global, 2014
3. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Supercharging Network Development, Global, 2014
4. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Product Portfolio, Global, 2008–2017
5. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Brand Positioning and Segment, Global, 2014
6. Future Battery Chemistries for EVs: Tesla Gigafactory Roadmap, US, 2014–2017
7. Tesla Gigafactory Production Plan, 2020
8. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Operations, US, 2014
9. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Tesla Operations, Europe, 2014
10.Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Unique Market Establishment, 2014
11. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Introduction of Attractive Add-on Options, US, 2014
12. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Tesla Model S Architecture, US, 2014
13. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Tesla Model S Suppliers, US, 2014
14. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Battery Swapping Stations, US, 2014
15. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Existing Competition in Automotive Industry, US, 2014
16. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Model E Segment Launch, Global, 2014
17. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Brand Positioning and Segment, US, 2014
18. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: States Regulations on Direct Sales, US, 2014
19. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: The Tesla Business Matrix, US, 2014
20. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: eRetailing Process, US, 2014
21. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Estimated Sales, US, China & Europe, 2013–2020
22. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Estimated Sales by Model, US, China & Europe, 2013–2020
23. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Estimated Sales by Region, US, China & Europe, 2013–2020
24. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Charging Options, Global, 2014
25. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Charging Terminologies, Global, 2014
26. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Efforts for Interoperability, Japan, 2014
27. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Supercharging Network Development, Global, 2014
28. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Current Superchargers Deployment, US, 2014
29. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Current Charging Station Deployment, Europe, 2014 and 2015
30. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Current Supercharger Station Deployment, China, 2014
31. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Tesla Charging Infrastructure, Japan, 2014–2015
32. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Product Portfolio, Global, 2008–2017
33. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Gigafactory Roadmap, US, 2014–2017
34. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Estimated Figures for Gigafactory, US, 2020
35. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Threats to the Gigafactory, US, 2014
36. Tesla’s Operations in the EV Industry: Tesla Gigafactory Flow Process, US, 2014



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