The billionaire CEO of Tesla, Elon Musk recently took a dig at the US based auto manufacturer General Motors, which was only able to sale 26 electric vehicles during the quarter 4 of 2021. According to Musk the company still has “room to improve”.
So, what’s up with Tesla and General Motors? Let’s find out!
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So, in the 21st century you cannot talk about electric vehicles without mentioning Tesla as it was one of the first auto manufacturing companies to bring the idea of EVs on the road. Tesla’s products occupy the top spot in terms of performance and battery life and even its unreleased products get a massive hype.
Elon Musk recently posted a response to veteran American automaker General motors’ total electric vehicles sales during the quarter 4 of 2021. As noted by General Motors, the company sold a total of twenty-six electric vehicles in the fourth quarter. These were comprised of twenty-five Chevy Bolts and one Hummer EV pickup truck. This was quite interesting considering that GM made it a point to announce last month that Hummer EV customer deliveries were already starting. In a press release last month, General motors stated:
“The first 2022 GMC HUMMER EV Pickups have been produced at Factory ZERO, and customer deliveries will now begin. The revolutionary GMC supertruck represents the first of many Ultium-based consumer vehicles to be produced as part of General Motors’ vision for an all-electric future,”
While it is no surprise that GM’s EV sales numbers took a hit in the fourth quarter of 2021 due to Bolt’s ongoing recall and the vehicle’s production halt, the single Hummer EV sale was still quite surprising.
During the unveiling event of the electric pick up General Motors noted that reservations for the Hummer EV Edition 1 were sold out in minutes. It is then quite interesting that more customers who ordered the Edition 1 during the Hummer EV’s launch day opted to not take delivery during the last weeks of December.
While Elon Musk’s Twitter post about GM’s sales numbers could be seen as a rather cheeky response to the veteran automaker’s Q4 2021 EV sales results, the Tesla CEO is coming from a place of experience. Tesla, after all, is arguably the only company in the United States that has successfully ramped and mass-produced a premium electric vehicle. And it did not accomplish it without any challenges either. Musk would be the first to admit that ramping production of the Model 3 was something that nearly killed the company.
General Motors’ Q4 2021 results are definitely disappointing, and it is quite ironic considering that the company is being heavily promoted by the White House as a leader in the electric vehicle market.
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