Strategic Analysis of Tesla’s Product Portfolio and Connected, Autonomous, Shared, and Electrified (CASE) Strategies, 2025

Strategic Analysis of Tesla’s Product Portfolio and Connected, Autonomous, Shared, and Electrified (CASE) Strategies, 2025

Tesla’s Networked Energy Approach has Given Rise to a New Industry and will Drive Exponential Growth for the Company

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This Frost & Sullivan study analyzes Tesla’s Connected, Autonomous, Shared, and Electrified (CASE) strategies. It assesses the key features and talking points of the company’s growth strategies, including (but not limited to) EV strategy, autonomous driving technology and the related investments, technology co-operation, energy infrastructure development, and new mobility business models.

Tesla’s disruptive approach to vehicle design, development, and sales has started to impact the traditional automotive OEM market. In addition, the company aims to become the sole provider of EVs and charging and energy infrastructures and wants to have them all governed by the Tesla Network (strongly ingrained in its 7 Key Strategies). Strategic and technology partnerships with key technology providers keep costs low and save time and resources spent on development. The company’s 7 Key Strategies will position it as the go-to company for all things mobility.

Key Issues Addressed

  • What are Tesla's CASE strategies?
  • What disruptive technologies is the company adopting?
  • What does the Tesla battery business model look like?
  • What is the significance of the Tesla network?
  • What are the mobility goals and strategies in place for mobility programs?

Table of Contents

Why Is It Increasingly Difficult to Grow?

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top Three Strategic Imperatives on the Automotive Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel the Growth Pipeline Engine™

Tesla’s CASE Strategy Master Plan

Tesla’s CASE Strategy (Vision) for its Transition to Sustainable Energy

Tesla’s Sustainable Energy Vision—An In-depth Analysis

Tesla’s Key Investments—Linked to its Master Plan and Vision

Tesla’s 7 Key Strategies—Linked to its Master Plan and Vision

Strategy 1—Ground-up Operating Systems

Strategy 2—Lifestyle Consumer Product Portfolio

Strategy 2—Lifestyle Consumer Product Portfolio (continued)

Strategy 2—Million Units Product Portfolio

Strategy 2—Lifestyle Consumer Product Portfolio

Strategy 3—Chips/System Architecture

Strategy 3—Chips/System Architecture (continued)

Strategy 3—Chips/System Architecture (continued)

Strategy 3—Chips/System Architecture (continued)

Strategy 3—Chips/System Architecture (continued)

Strategy 3—Chips/System Architecture (continued)

Tesla’s Autonomous Architecture Strategy

Tesla’s Autonomous Architecture Strategy (continued)

Strategy 4—Battery Business

Strategy 4—Battery Business (continued)

Strategy 4—Battery Business (continued)

Strategy 5—Data Business Model

Strategy 6—New Mobility

Strategy 6—New Mobility (continued)

Strategy 6—Million Miles Warranty

Strategy 6—New Mobility

Strategy 7—Organization Structure

Strategy 7—Organization Structure (continued)

Strategy 7—Organization Structure (continued)

7 Key Strategies (Linked to the Tesla Master Plan)

Growth Opportunity—Autonomous Driving and Electric Mobility for Mobility Services and Ridesharing, Forecast to 2030

Growth Opportunity—Autonomous Driving and Electric Mobility for Mobility Services and Ridesharing, Forecast to 2030 (continued)

Growth Environment—Continuous Improvement Makes Every Tesla Model Different

Growth Environment—Continuous Improvement Makes Every Tesla Model Different (continued)

Key Conclusions

Partial List of Acronyms and Abbreviations Used in the Study

Your Next Steps

Why Frost, Why Now?

List of Exhibits

List of Exhibits (continued)

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This Frost & Sullivan study analyzes Teslas Connected, Autonomous, Shared, and Electrified (CASE) strategies. It assesses the key features and talking points of the companys growth strategies, including (but not limited to) EV strategy, autonomous driving technology and the related investments, technology co-operation, energy infrastructure development, and new mobility business models. Teslas disruptive approach to vehicle design, development, and sales has started to impact the traditional automotive OEM market. In addition, the company aims to become the sole provider of EVs and charging and energy infrastructures and wants to have them all governed by the Tesla Network (strongly ingrained in its 7 Key Strategies). Strategic and technology partnerships with key technology providers keep costs low and save time and resources spent on development. The companys 7 Key Strategies will position it as the go-to company for all things mobility.--BEGIN PROMO--

Key Issues Addressed

  • What are Tesla's CASE strategies?
  • What disruptive technologies is the company adopting?
  • What does the Tesla battery business model look like?
  • What is the significance of the Tesla network?
  • What are the mobility goals and strategies in place for mobility programs?
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