When Tesla first unveiled their (more) affordable Model 3 electric car, many industry watchers—including our famously car-skeptic Lloyd—declared it a rather remarkable achievement:
“The Whole world will want this car.”
But with so many people making reservations long before they could ever buy the car, the question has never really been about whether people will buy it—at least in the early years. Instead, the question has been whether Elon Musk can deliver on his famously ambitious (unrealistic?) promises of mass production.