Is Tesla Fixing Quality Control Issues?

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Today we’re talking about how Tesla is fixing quality control issues, and that they might be doing it in a way you’re not expecting at all.
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  • Ryan Shaw
    Ryan Shaw8 månader sedan

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  • Proteslapower
    Proteslapower5 månader sedan

    I was going to wait it out for a dual motor Cybertruck but now with Tesla shares increasing how they are I think I might be able to get a Tesla sooner. Maybe just a lease to start until the Cybertruck comes out. I do have a business plan in mind and for those that do not own their own house for Tesla solar I think there is another option. As you well know SpaceX and Starlink are run by Elon Musk he as well is the CEO of Tesla. Solar panels are tightly folded to expand once they are in orbit. Consider having a Solar Shelter you could quickly unfold and have it securely surrounding your vehicle and keeping you and it out of the dust heat or cold. Protecting you, your loved ones and your vehicle from the elements. If the parking lot or driveway had a place that you could connect your Tesla to the grid not only would the solar be charging your vehicle but the battery could also be charging the grid. Of course the vehicle to grid software would make it easy for your Tesla to be making you money when it's parked and your solar shelter could continue offering power to the grid if you don't need to bring it with you. Let me know what you think of these ideas or if you have some of your own to add. I do appreciate all of you and your comments. Now this is the time to fix our future fast!

  • bjørn vabo
    bjørn vabo6 månader sedan

    JD powers is much more than a «cuality «report. If Tesla removed all functions not essential for driving- they would win.. And as long as Tesla dont pay JDP .. this is expected👍🇳🇴

  • Jim Devilbiss
    Jim Devilbiss6 månader sedan

    It is not a truck and no looks. As far as in china goes first compared to what quality of other cars

  • David Kidder
    David Kidder6 månader sedan

    I live in California and will be here for 10 more years. I hope Tesla does leave California. Our State is a mess. Our State Government needs to have a new way of thinking. Only after a complete melt down can we see we need to make some changes.

  • YK Chan
    YK Chan6 månader sedan

    If Tesla didn’t rule out new hires once worked with competition manufacturers - our Tesla models will benefit a production quality their competition is having.

  • Zach P
    Zach P7 månader sedan

    They need to get some food German engineers to look after the panel gaps, paint and refinement overall.

  • Haramasch Abrasir

    Haramasch Abrasir

    7 månader sedan

    German engineers are already wandering off to China. The German and US car industry will be in decline soon, Germany because it sticks to combustion engines and US because of pandemic recession.

  • Andrew Leong
    Andrew Leong7 månader sedan

    Yes, Tesla will leave California. Goodbye California! Hello Texas!

  • Fatih Tunc
    Fatih Tunc7 månader sedan

    Tesla and all Tesla fans sucks....

  • Ryan Shaw

    Ryan Shaw

    7 månader sedan

    As well as your grammar

  • TJ32
    TJ327 månader sedan

    Initial quality is going to be terrible. We all know that. You have to just be OK with it if you're going to buy one right off the bat.

  • Polytronph
    Polytronph7 månader sedan

    There is a great chance that Tesla will shut down the factory in Fremont due to California corrupt government.

  • Ian Bloggs
    Ian Bloggs7 månader sedan

    If QC was a real issue and not internet click bait, why does everyone who buys a Tesla, look at buying another Tesla... 3 x M3's in the family we love them to bits, and got a pre-order on the Cybertruck.

  • D Sutton
    D Sutton7 månader sedan

    I live in California my whole life (52 years). This state will be equivalent to a third world country in less than 20 years. Thank you california democratic party for screwing this state up.

  • Vilhjalmr Edmundson
    Vilhjalmr Edmundson7 månader sedan

    Comparing any foreign auto brand - even those assembled in China - to a vehicle designed and made in China is going to win. I'm not being mean, DJI and Godox are great examples of Chinese innovation and ability to assemble delicate devices well. However their automobiles are terrible and even Chinese people would agree. This is reflected in the fact that (like phones) anyone who can afford a foreign brand will get that over something designed and made in China.

  • T Rucker
    T Rucker7 månader sedan

    Hey at least your roof didn't fly off of your car lol

  • Akinlolu Oderinde
    Akinlolu Oderinde7 månader sedan

    I see the title and I'm like, should that even be a question?

  • Faris Almahamid
    Faris Almahamid7 månader sedan

    Me getting excited for the model y redesign but it still looks the same as the model 3

  • Ayman Ra Lionheart
    Ayman Ra Lionheart7 månader sedan

    I would rather have panel gaps issues than mechanical recall issues!

  • FastRedPonyCar
    FastRedPonyCar7 månader sedan

    I just picked up my model 3 on Monday and the panel gaps are all aligned properly and no paint defects or blemishes, etc. Very happy.

  • Amara Kromah
    Amara Kromah7 månader sedan

    I dont think they will leave CA, too large of a talent pool to leave behind to potential competitor in the first place. Tesla needs a lot of top developers for their softwares and we have to admit that CA is known for that. I also dont think they will leave Freemond, they dumped way to mush money in to it. You should take perception in to account. For years now Elon has been begging for engineers to come work for them, what picture do you paint if you shut down and leave all those workers. That would be a PR nightmare and Tesla WILL loose (a lot of ) its good will they have for the public. "Why will I go there if there are no certainty, will they be there in 5 - 10 year?,.." The most likely outcome they way I see it is simple. Keep things as they are, develop other factories, once you perfected those, apply those lesson to Freemond. Freemond isn't fully build yet so they can just add a new fully improved section and move production to that section while they fixed the "broken" section. Elon doesn't strike me as the person that would let good talent go to waste and Tesla doesn't advertise so they need all to good will that they can get. Moving headquarters/R&D centers will be the biggest PR move he will make I think. that's my two cents at least, I might be completely proven wrong.

  • NeeonDeeon
    NeeonDeeon7 månader sedan

    Tesla would be smart to leave California, just like Nissan, Toyota, Volkswagen and every other auto manufacturer that was there before. It's an awful business environment to run large scale manufacturing.

  • EverythingReview


    7 månader sedan

    That would be dumb. Do you know how many people in California own Tesla’s or any other electric car? Every other car is basically a Tesla especially in LA

  • Ian
    Ian7 månader sedan

    Amber turn signals are by fact and study safer than red ones, I'm really glad they did this, plus you can't even sell these in europe, they already know it's safer.

  • Thomas Devine
    Thomas Devine7 månader sedan

    Look at the piece of crap they are compared to in China.

  • Tony James
    Tony James7 månader sedan

    I think the quality of a vehicles fit and finish is completely separate to reliability, and while QC issues on Tesla often affect the fit and finish, the overall reliability of the hardware in the car is far greater than the average ICE vehicle.

  • Tengu
    Tengu7 månader sedan

    This was a super informative video, like really top notch. I just subscribed too!

  • Grand Master Mawile
    Grand Master Mawile7 månader sedan

    I dont think quality control will change. Tesla isn't toyota. And cars with new technologies and electronics always need fine tuning

  • Simmer Pete
    Simmer Pete7 månader sedan

    Quality control issues are effecting sales. And not in a good way.

  • Thomas Gilman
    Thomas Gilman7 månader sedan

    sweet shirt

  • The_Notorious_9
    The_Notorious_97 månader sedan

    LATE 2021 for the Cybertruck?

  • Jeff Williams
    Jeff Williams7 månader sedan

    Excellent work with this video, and pragmatic analysis. New sub...

  • Hampus Baaz
    Hampus Baaz7 månader sedan

    My issue is used car and percieved quality. Is tesla fixing quality issues? Probably, Is it on the level of other automakers? no. But if you look at a model 3 in a few years and know tesla had very shoddy quality on model 3 when did it improve? Is this 2022 car good? maybe last years 2024 car? 2019,2020 I have no idea. Do you at that point want to pay for a used car that could be one of the really bad ones? I wouldn't. A car like the model 3 will always be followed with the reputation it got since the start of sales even if it was made during many years with many improvements. How do you know that the car you're looking at had the improved AC unit that don't crack the lines at winter? Do this one have protection plastic on the inside frame so they do not rot? How could you tell? That is my issue right now

  • Gallifrey Falls No More
    Gallifrey Falls No More7 månader sedan

    companies are leaving California in droves so i don't see why Tesla would be the exception

  • Book_ Davies
    Book_ Davies7 månader sedan

    I really want that truck. Gotta wait awhile yet.

  • matt damon
    matt damon7 månader sedan

    Tesla won't be closing Fremont anytime soon because they already sell every car they make and the new factories online won't change that as The company scales up increases their model line.

  • FlyingPigNJ
    FlyingPigNJ7 månader sedan

    So it took Tesla about 6 month to fix majority of QC issues with model 3.....(pretty fast if you ask me), how long do you think it's gonna take for model y? It's been more than 6 months, and it's still a disaster?!?! Anyway, I have no need to be the first to own one in the neighborhood, I'm holding off until the chance for a lemon is at least lower than the chance of getting covid19.

  • Greg Dennis
    Greg Dennis7 månader sedan

    I'm waiting a few years to get the cybertruck.

  • Premier
    Premier7 månader sedan

    TeraTexas is gonna massive and amazing

    WICKEDLEE LOOPY7 månader sedan

    There is no reason why tesla can't move car production elsewhere & repurpose the gigafactory for spaceX. After all . It will be the closest gigafactory to the launching pad at Florida. It wouldn't be to hard to move a few robots around...

  • Jim F
    Jim F7 månader sedan

    This is my 3rd day with my model Y. No problems so far, I might be one of the lucky ones, here’s hoping it stays this way 🤞

  • Alberto Robles
    Alberto Robles7 månader sedan

    The jd power awards are fake asf they voted for doge and ram almost number one and toyota at the end of the chart 💀

  • Juriasu
    Juriasu7 månader sedan

    feat. mr beast

  • Garrett M
    Garrett M7 månader sedan

    The JD Power award is a bought award. Any company can pay for the award. I assume Tesla just never bought the award and JD Power put them at the bottom of the list.

  • Florencio Vela
    Florencio Vela7 månader sedan


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    Florencio Vela7 månader sedan


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    Florencio Vela7 månader sedan


  • Not Me
    Not Me7 månader sedan

    I hope so, leave cali to the birds and let it sink

  • Mini2nut
    Mini2nut7 månader sedan

    I think that once Giga TX is complete they will move all vehicle production out of CA except for the Model S, X and Roadster. The TX plant will produce the Cybertruck, Semi, Y and 3.

  • nowjustanother
    nowjustanother7 månader sedan

    I don't think Tesla will entirely leave Fremont, but it's possible that the relegate that plant to something like experimental vehicle builds, etc. I used to work extensively with a Canadian recreational vehicle manufacturer. After they built a large plant in Mexico, the quality and efficiency of that facility so far exceeded their legacy plant in Canada that it caused them to significantly shift production mix. Their HQ, marketing, design, and engineering are still location mostly in Canada, but fixing quality and efficiency issues required a move, and it worked.

  • James Baker
    James Baker7 månader sedan

    My Model Y was almost perfect, thank god! I picked it up in late August so I'm not sure if that means things are better or if I was lucky.

  • packadrum
    packadrum7 månader sedan

    great video very concise you've got this down I watch several other Tesla channels and just subscribe to yours. If California keeps going on it's terror of spending money like a drunken sailor and then coming back to the residents for an additional tax hike more people will flee California. I think Tesla needs to get attacked together and move to Austin for corporate for automotive. I've had my model 3 since 2018 loved it but now they're having service related issue backups due to the rollout of the model y it took me weeks to get a repair that should have taken a day or two. Still the best car I've ever owned and love it and the company.

  • Andrew Stupak
    Andrew Stupak8 månader sedan

    Giga SH was built in less than a year and has great build quality because the Chinese built them. Building and manufacturing happen to be their forté.

  • XuKeD
    XuKeD8 månader sedan

    Very excited for Giga Berlin as a prospective EU buyer

  • notathome13
    notathome138 månader sedan

    China quality graph, no data on how many sold? What’s the book, stats, stats and lies!

  • Barskor1
    Barskor18 månader sedan

    Given the litigiousness regulatory burden and high taxation of California, it makes sense for every company to leave that State of Disaster.

  • Travis Williamson
    Travis Williamson8 månader sedan

    With the taxes and constant forest fires, I don't know why any corporation or person would want to live in CA. There are other "silicon valleys" now.

  • BlackhawkPilot
    BlackhawkPilot8 månader sedan

    Fremont will remain to meet production demand. Puling 500K vehicles out of the mix is a non-starter.

  • Brandon Fouts
    Brandon Fouts8 månader sedan

    Glad I never bought a new car - such obsession with gaps and paint and other things I never thought of. IF you don't think Tesla Model 3 is a good no great car .. DO NOT buy !! Go test drive fo your self OR rent one. Don't listen to this picky moron.

  • robin taylor
    robin taylor8 månader sedan

    Aren't most of the issues from Freemont ?

  • Hadtobe
    Hadtobe8 månader sedan

    Tesla goes from last in America to first in China for quality control... are you really believing the reports out of China.

  • Kirk Morris
    Kirk Morris8 månader sedan

    I’m 63 years old and own a 2019 Tesla M3. It’s by far the most amazing car I’ve ever owned. Like anything made by man it’s not ‘perfect’ and had minor issues, but what car is without some issues, it’s just a thing? Ford’s brand new 7.3 Tremor engine has serious coil issues, and customers are having to wait over a month for parts, and they can not drive them! You probably haven’t heard about this because it’s a boring OEM and no one cares. The media hammers Tesla on every small issue. Would I have ordered a Cybertruck if I thought Tesla made substandard vehicles?...I think not 😉

  • Yahiko Tendo

    Yahiko Tendo

    7 månader sedan

    👏👏👏👏👏 hope you like the Cybertruck! I would get one if I had the money!

  • Kyarisiima Ishmael

    Kyarisiima Ishmael

    7 månader sedan


  • Alex Ali
    Alex Ali8 månader sedan

    Just got my model Y and has same problems you had. Not sure if it is worth to take it back for repair since I live few hours away from a service shop. Otherwise, beautiful car .

  • SgtStinger
    SgtStinger8 månader sedan

    There is another huge reason for Tesla not being able to implement the new paint process in Fremont: Regulations. California is very strict with what kinds of paints you can use in the state, and that is a big hindrance for Tesla. This is also why Tesla has issues with soft paint that scratches easily, compared to other manufactuers.

  • myk k
    myk k8 månader sedan

    First time having Tesla, model Y in early August 2020. Got to go back few times, each time couple days for services. They never come as “mobile service “ stated. Could not even order a loaner in advance. Tesla policy! Not cool to deal with no car for few days even though Uber offered. Never experienced a brand new car with such issues and such bad customer service. Missed owning a Mercedes.

  • The Jackal Smith
    The Jackal Smith8 månader sedan

    The 3 rated the 1st in China vs Chinese cars is not too impressive. How many Chinese cars are in the USA? 0. Hmmmmm wonder why. They are awful.

  • FCV19
    FCV198 månader sedan

    Chinese make higher quality stuff than Americans. Period. They need to ship over all the Tesla Chinese workers to America and fire all the current builders at domestic Tesla factories.

  • Mark Egg
    Mark Egg8 månader sedan

    Try to figure out how much the investment is at Fremont. No doubt it is huge, huge, huge. The Texas factory may give them time to update the Fremont production line, and they move their headquarters to Texas. But realize Musk bought that factory in Fremont (it's not free), made HUGE investments in it, and will ideally be facing demand for cars outstripping supply = no way it will close (unless Tesla fails). Again, try to estimate the investment there, also in people, and you cannot compare it to an "old car", in no way, shape or form, it's a huge piece of land, with a huge building, and no doubt billions invested in machinery, not to mention a skilled labor force (how many thousands, right). Honestly your comparison sounds silly and naive. Also they have key new battery and other tech going on there. So Texas *at best* will give them a "breather" to momentarily change the production line (momentarily shut it down, for as you mentioned, it will be significantly out of date with what Berlin will has). And that's a big opportunity Elon will look forward to, not having only one up-to-date US production line (ie Texas), but ideally at least two.

  • Bill Baker
    Bill Baker8 månader sedan

    So the takeaway is we have an American company that produces better products for its overseas customers than it does for its own people who essentially gave it an interest free loan by paying big fees to reserve a car that they waited years to get in the early days of the model S and X. This bites the big one.

  • Marquis de Saniette
    Marquis de Saniette8 månader sedan

    You say the word actually a LOT. Watch and when you notice, you notice.

  • Danny N

    Danny N

    8 månader sedan

    You say the word "notice" a LOT.

  • Kaz Masters
    Kaz Masters8 månader sedan

    Yeah I’m pretty sure Fremont will become R&D focused and move all production.

  • Super Duper
    Super Duper8 månader sedan

    Industrial Safety and employee “Training” is the most expensive and overlooked part of an industrial business. Less managers and more workers. If you use the top heavy method you will always be upside down. “Employee Retention” is the investment needed.

  • storm4710


    6 månader sedan

    yeah it seems like tesla has a serious retention problem

  • Nabludatel79


    8 månader sedan

    Hi Rayan. I'm getting my Model Y LR tomorrow. Any tips that you can suggest to check at the pickup? I understand that the outside body gaps I can't avoid, but what about interior.

  • Clarity Sans Hubris
    Clarity Sans Hubris8 månader sedan

    Over/under 5’7” for this guys height... I’m taking bets:

  • Mauri B

    Mauri B

    8 månader sedan


  • Raheem Jones
    Raheem Jones8 månader sedan

    They cost to much

  • Jonathan Adami
    Jonathan Adami8 månader sedan

    Seems like health was getting in the way of a billionaire's money maker so he's getting rid of jobs LOL I mean I love the guy but yeah, he's a child! A brilliant child!

  • David Morse
    David Morse8 månader sedan

    Highly unlikely that new battery tech will go into model 3/Y. Tesla need to keep Panasonic/LG/CATL contracts, producing as many batteries as possible. I took delivery of my model 3 last week in UK, and it was extremely high quality all-round. I went through it with a fine tooth-comb, and only found 5 TINY (inconsequential) flaws.

  • Paul Leopardi
    Paul Leopardi8 månader sedan

    I stopped watching at the point where you implied that JD Power's survey was a credible measure of quality control.

  • Ryan Shaw

    Ryan Shaw

    8 månader sedan


  • Justin Ludwick
    Justin Ludwick8 månader sedan

    Everyone always talks about terrible quality when it comes to Tesla but I have had virtually no issues with my 2019 Model 3

  • Hadtobe


    8 månader sedan

    Did you put your glasses on and look at it during the day......

  • Ronald Fradet
    Ronald Fradet8 månader sedan

    Ryan i think it could be i think the quality control is the lack a hard quality assurance program if there is one it is not enforced very well

  • Kuya Arbee
    Kuya Arbee8 månader sedan

    BRUH! come on in China.... Look at the Iphones... look at Apple! Majority of their greatest products were built and assembled in China.... yea China has a bad stigma and their governement... is ya know.... but their assembly line is really good from what I'm seeing.

  • Dave C
    Dave C8 månader sedan

    I’ve been buying cars for over 40 years and I have yet to receive a new vehicle without any problems. That includes American, Asian, and European.

  • Musk-eteer
    Musk-eteer8 månader sedan

    once terafactory in texas get going, elon will shut down gigafactory in comie-fornia.

  • Charles Choomngern
    Charles Choomngern8 månader sedan

    Love the video, but think Tesla’s Fremont factory ain’t moving until they have production slack available... maybe 5-10 years... as of today, just looking at the cars made at Fremont, they’ll crack 500k. Austin probably will go online in 18 months and maybe another year to ramp up to 500k cars. That means in US, we’re making a million cars. As demand for current products and future products grow, I don’t see Tesla shutting down until a 3rd factory is built, maybe in Missouri. Or maybe a 4th and then finally when they’re making 2m cars here in the US and possible an economic down turn, they’ll ramp down and turn off Fremont... but till then Fremont is full speed ahead. Tesla will figure a way to enhance quality control on the fly...

  • Larry Browning
    Larry Browning8 månader sedan

    Tesla will leave CA like a scalded dog!

  • HQsound
    HQsound8 månader sedan

    Leaving Fremont will be win win for all, except maybe workers.

  • John Dell

    John Dell

    7 månader sedan

    They'll have an opportunity to hire new, better workers.

  • Steven Gulie
    Steven Gulie8 månader sedan

    Even the JD Powers’ “quality” (actually includes many non-quality issues) is low, customer JDP satisfaction remains high.

  • Steven Gulie
    Steven Gulie8 månader sedan

    No body panels = no panel gaps. No paint = no paint issues. Cybertruck rules!

  • LeCreator


    7 månader sedan

    @~(Rogue Jedi)~ Cybertruck is rustfproof mann

  • Danish Khan

    Danish Khan

    7 månader sedan

    @~(Rogue Jedi)~ ummm, do some more research on the cybertruck 🤣🤣🤣

  • Steven Gulie

    Steven Gulie

    7 månader sedan

    ~(Rogue Jedi)~ you don’t need to paint cold rolled stainless steel. The cybertruck is stainless. It’s frame is an exoskeleton.

  • ~(Rogue Jedi)~

    ~(Rogue Jedi)~

    7 månader sedan

    Paint helps protect the underneath metal frame. If there aren’t cars with paint, they’ll rust and corrode much easier

  • MontiR Aruba

    MontiR Aruba

    7 månader sedan

    @Danish Khan I totally agree with you. The debut CT was just the prototype. It was not the production model. Production models are usually totally different then prototypes when it comes to technology and cosmetics.

  • freddie carr
    freddie carr8 månader sedan innovative supports. No way Ford could have designed the condensor support.

  • dhincks1
    dhincks18 månader sedan

    Tough call about California on the one hand it's because of California we have the level of pollution control's in the US we at least have.Texas has been lax and until recently wouldn't let Tesla sell cars in the state. California is a progressive state & sometimes doesn't get it right, but it's generally way better than the alternative. As California goes as will the world will be going eventually. Being a leader isn't always easy and safe and certainly opens the state to criticism. And the bay area has been leading the technology front. Tesla is a technology company.

  • Oliver Newell

    Oliver Newell

    7 månader sedan

    @Timothy Smith economic growth isn’t the sole metric for a good place or bad place, and many of those companies are actually leaving Cali.

  • Timothy Smith

    Timothy Smith

    7 månader sedan

    @Oliver Newell One of the largest economies in the world outpacing the economies of the midwest combined. You can hate on it all you want, but it's the driving force of technology and entertainment in the US

  • Oliver Newell

    Oliver Newell

    7 månader sedan

    Oh my god, wake up. CA is a liberal infested shitehole that has seen hundreds of thousands of people leave the state, with pathetic laws on the gig economy, obscene tax laws and a spiralling poverty and homeless count. Just because something is progressive, doesn't make it good.

  • 楚留臭
    楚留臭8 månader sedan

    That tells you how shitty other cars are made in china

  • S Kline
    S Kline8 månader sedan

    I’m getting ready to order a MY and I have been doing a lot of reading and watching reviews on the car. Aside from the normal gap and alinement issues I have been seeing more annoying, if not problematic problems related to software glitches, mold smells coming from the havoc system, and other random error messages. Do you have any thoughts comments on these types of issues? Thanks again for your informative postings

  • Curtis English
    Curtis English8 månader sedan

    This video has a lot of very valid points. In my own opinion, Tesla's biggest issue with fixing quality right now is the downtime required for it, right now mostly all the world has cars coming from the one factory. Once Berlin is open, that'll remove the whole of Europe's demand from Fremont and possibly give them some time to work on improvements as the work load will be less. Otherwise, I see them working on it after Austin's factory has opened as that will again cut the workload of Fremont. :)

  • Jim Myers
    Jim Myers8 månader sedan

    Misaligned doors and panels and dirt and scuff marks are not the fault of the factory no matter how new and advanced it is. I love my model Y and it looks pretty good except for the orange peel paint and the tail light unit that was made too big so it does not align properly. Build quality is very subjective. How would the early model 3 compare to a Lada in initial quality? They really need a CSO or Customer Service Officer or they will start losing sales to people that want quality and are not concerned with FSD. I think they will make the truck, 3 and Y in Texas, the S, X and Roadster in Fremont and build another factory for the semi in Tulsa.

  • John Dossey
    John Dossey8 månader sedan

    I think its VERY possible that Tesla could leave California. Just look at the history of the Auto Industry in the US. ONCE the government and the UNIONS got involved, EVERYONE wanted control, and more money. So what happened. The automakers just moved to Mexico. Now they are moving to several countries. So we have been so greedy, we have pushed these industries away. We DONT learn from history.

  • Marc Bertucco
    Marc Bertucco8 månader sedan

    What I'll never understand is why Tesla, or anyone frankly, can't hang a door properly, or make sure that body panel line up. I understand there's a lot of new tech in an EV and can appreciate there might be growing pains when it comes to that end of production/assembly/design, but properly and completely painting a car and attaching body panels, for example, is something car companies have been doing since the early 1900s. What am I missing here?

  • storm4710


    6 månader sedan

    @Fernando Jaime its not hard at all, but it requires time and rushing cars out to meet numbers are more important to Tesla

  • Fernando Jaime

    Fernando Jaime

    8 månader sedan

    You're missing the age gap between Tesla and other automakers. I'm sure other automakers had trouble assembling cars when they were initially just luxury items for the times.The others have the formula they can copy and paste to produce a new product, Tesla is just starting learn that formula the way the others did in the beginning.

  • Lafayette Porter
    Lafayette Porter8 månader sedan

    California is not corporate friendly. I hope Tesla does move out, maybe that will wake politicians up.

  • Jesus Alvarez

    Jesus Alvarez

    8 månader sedan

    Some of the biggest corporations in the world exist or have their HQ in California for a reason. It is definitely harder for a corporation in California, and that is because we value our natural resources, which attracts top engineering talent. Even if Tesla moves manufacturing out of CA, it won't be engineering. Guaranteed. The thing that would help california greatly is for the republican party to stop being fucking idiots so the dems actually have some competition. The GOP lost all power in CA because they didn't bring anything to the table.

  • Dirk Kruisheer
    Dirk Kruisheer8 månader sedan

    Thank you, Ryan. Sandy Munro has said that, in his days at Ford, he was doing quality inspections in factories as well. He was quite brutal in that: fire people if necessary and if that didn't work, run a bulldozer over the plant. Also, he advised Elon to hire ex-employees from Ford and GM. In addition, the culture of the area (country) seems to play a big role too. So this must be a really hard nut to crack, and I think Elon's solution may very well be the one you hypothesized here.

  • Ken Ing
    Ken Ing8 månader sedan

    Tesla doesn't have to fix a thing all the Tesla groupies will buy anyting musk sells

  • A B
    A B8 månader sedan

    How can i get a Chinese made model y?

  • Morten Søe
    Morten Søe8 månader sedan

    This just puts the spot on the issue. US made cars are not good quality, this goes for all US auto manufactures. Stack up any US car up against a European, Japanese or Korean (and now China), and the US car will come up short. Disclaimer: I don’t have an issue with US or anything, and this is just my experience. Would wish that US could regain some of its position in the industry.

  • scriptedhuman
    scriptedhuman8 månader sedan

    They are definitely not moving out of Fremont. They have invested billions in upgrading the factory, and they need all of the production capacity that they can get. There is also a significant software r&d component through its proximity to Silicon Valley that they would lose. They could also use their Fremont factory in the future to build low volume vehicles, like the S or the roadster.

  • Almar Guevarra
    Almar Guevarra8 månader sedan

    I went 3x with my Y, not the best fix, I just gave up.