WetEV wrote:lorenfb wrote:Furthermore, why is that no OEM automotive manufacturer, e.g. GM or Toyota both world automotive market leaders, hasn't forecasted a huge BEV growth in the next few years? With BEVs priced over $30K, the assumed exponential growth won't happen. Most consumers consider a BEV as an expensive toy.
The growth has been exponential.
BEVs are getting better. Less limited, less of a "toy".
BEVs are diversifying. More models, more choices.
BEVs are getting cheaper.
This may or may not bail out Tesla. Tesla's big problem is that they need to grow up. Starting in the corner office.
The M3 is a very well designed BEV with a good basic market appeal in the market segment it addresses. My issue is with the growth
in the market segment it's presently positioned for, i.e. the $40K+ market. Yes, there's growth there, but not the exponential growth