February 11 news, according tomedia reports, electric driving and self-driving is the automotive industry in recent years, the former is now a reality, and after electric vehicles become a reality, traditional fuel cars have been hit. Tesla is currently leading the way in electric cars, and CEO Elon Musk recently warned car buyers that the remaining value of fuel cars will fall sharply in the coming years.
Musk believes the residual value of fuel cars will fall sharply in the coming years because of the rapid growth of electric vehicles and the automotive industry’s transition to electric vehicles. He warned investors that car buyers should consider the automotive industry’s transition to electric vehicles, which could lead to a sharp drop in the residual value of gasoline and diesel cars over the next few years.
As CEO of Tesla, a well-known electric car maker, Musk warned that the residual value of car buyers’ fuel cars could fall sharply in the coming years, and that electric cars naturally have a higher value-added rate.
Musk’s goal is to make Tesla’s electric car a value-added asset for its owners. Last year, Musk also said Tesla’s electric cars are adding value as self-driving capabilities continue to improve.
Media said in the report, if the price does not rise, Tesla Electric Motors will not be the owner of the value-added assets, as Musk said, the value of the increase, the value may also decline, new car buyers will still be based on the manufacturer’s recommendation selling price of the car.
However, as Tesla continues to advance in self-driving technology, self-driving will become an important selling point for Tesla’s electric vehicles, and Musk has previously confirmed that Tesla plans to “significantly” raise the price of fully autonomous driving capabilities over time.
In response to comments about the tipping point of electric vehicles, Musk warned that the residual value of fuel cars could fall sharply in the coming years, and that a shift in the auto industry to electric vehicles would be inevitable.