Given that Tesla has the potential to alter the world with its goods, many investors and observers are curious about what the company’s valuation could look like in the future. Some have even argued that Tesla might eventually overtake Apple as the most valuable company in the world, which would have a significant impact on how the world operates in both the electric vehicle and renewable energy sectors.
How Tesla Reached $10 Trillion and Built the Future. Origin: HyperChange
Former EVANNEX contributor Gali Russell, who now serves as the host of the YouTube channel HyperChange, recently examined the argument for how Tesla is likely to one day reach a $10 trillion market value, which would fundamentally alter the course of history. The video, which offers one of the greatest explanations of this concept we’ve recently seen, even received the endorsement of Tesla CEO Elon Musk via a like on Twitter.
Gali explains in the video how fundamentally the automaker will transform how things operate in the future, from the contemporary development of the smart car to ultimately supplying self-driving robotaxis with a phenomenal profit margin.
In the first, longer segment of the film, aptly named Nerdy $TSLA Math, Gali breaks down the numbers for investors. Gali describes how people will one day be able to choose between taking an Uber for $2 or a self-driving Tesla for $0.20—a significant discount, to be sure—by looking at the possible revenues from a future robotaxi firm.
While Tesla’s anticipated future revenues are great, Gali points out that the most absurd and crucial aspect of the automaker’s strategy is how it has changed the standard for what emissions-free businesses should and should resemble.
The most absurd aspect of this, in my opinion, is that Teslas created one of the largest businesses in the world while using less energy than they did to do it, according to Gali. Therefore, over a million electric cars might have been built in all of Tesla’s factories using the energy that their solar panels had produced.
Gali is eager to draw attention to the fact that Tesla is already producing more energy than it consumes when making automobiles. Tesla has made amazing steps to demonstrate how a corporation was able to achieve zero-carbon ambitions in a world where businesses are desperately trying to do so with limited success.
Gali continues by discussing further issues like the development of humanoid robots, Elon Musk, and the possibility of an AI uprising amid a general transition to software in the auto industry and elsewhere.
EVANNEX was the original publisher. Author: Peter McGuthrie
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