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        Cybertruck is finally hitting the streets: Will it be a win for Tesla?
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        How Profitable Are EV Makers in Q3 2023?

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        In One Chart joined discussion · 12/05/2023 21:31
        The third-quarter financial reports of U.S.-listed EV makers have come to a close. Looking at the performance in Q3, $Tesla(TSLA.US)$'s vehicle sales were only 435,059 units, marking a 6.7% decrease compared to the previous quarter, ending a five-quarter streak of growth in vehicle sales.
        On the other hand, $Li Auto(LI.US)$ achieved consistent growth in net profit, surpassing Tesla in gross profit margin. $NIO Inc(NIO.US)$'s automotive gross profit margin also increased in Q3 compared to the previous quarter, reaching 11%.
        How Profitable Are EV Makers in Q3 2023?
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        • WorldwideNicole : Rich

        • Winner takes all : really? nio making gross profit per car??

        • 151097753 : On Redacted they were talking about a letter from 4000 car dealers in USA to President Biden. :
          Stop pushinh EVS. Even with subsidies we cannot sell Them.. The EVs sit on the lot for up to 12 months

        • Amrose : That's because the dealers all want 80k+. If they really want EV sales they must be sub 25k. Whatever company that does this inthe US will be the next Honda/Toyota/Tesla

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