Won't the White House Bring Tesla, America's Best Auto Company, to the Meeting?
There was a tweet from Walter Bloomberg that the White House will be an event Thursday night with Biden and EV executives from General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler company Stellaris. The purpose of the event will focus on the administration's recommended revisions to fuel economy during the 2026 model year.
This is awesome and inspiring, but Tesla is not on that list. The previous month, Biden created such a campaign to allow US auto companies to commit to selling more EVs. Exactly 40% of all sales by 2030. Ford has committed to its 40% target, and spokesperson Melissa Miller told Reuters: “Ford has stated that we are leading the electrification revolution and that by 2030, at least 40% of our global vehicle volume should and is planned to be electrified.”
James Stephenson said the White House chose to invite the three least profitable U.S. auto companies. But Stellantis is not an American brand. In the second quarter of 2021, Tesla car company has the most GAAP profit per delivery of these companies:
• Tesla: $5,673
• Stellantis : 1,823 Euro net profit ($ 2,158)
• General Motors: $1,582
• Ford: $734
In response to a tweet highlighting the importance of profits, James said that Tesla will build one of the largest auto companies in the United States, in addition to making the American-made vehicle.
In a beautiful world where leaders have recently supported the nation's innovators, Tesla should have been the first to be invited to this meeting.
Tesla sells quite a lot of electric cars from any American company of any kind from any factory or company in the world, without giving an advertising price or a marketing company. This important achievement of Tesla could be a lesson for marketing lessons in the future. Tesla produced such popular vehicles that it did not even need advertising. This is one of the many things that makes Tesla a leader.
Not inviting Tesla is not only a disgrace for Tesla, but it also does not take the chance to invite Tesla's expertise to this meeting to Americans who will likely benefit from clean energy vehicles.