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Tesla Cybertruck: No Paint Makes it Profitable

According to a recent BGR article: “For years, the big knock against Tesla is that the company didn’t know how to turn a profit. Over the past two years, however, Tesla has turned things around. With demand still staggeringly high, production has become more efficient and the company posting a profit can no longer be characterized as a mere fluke.”

According to a recent BGR article: “For years, the big knock against Tesla is that the company didn’t know how to turn a profit. Over the past two years, however, Tesla has turned things around. With demand still staggeringly high, production has become more efficient and the company posting a profit can no longer be characterized as a mere fluke.”

Munro & Associates CEO Sandy Munro reports that the Cybertruck could be an especially profitable vehicle for the company.

According to BGR, one interesting reason Munro mentions is that the Cybertruck production process will not require a paint job.

“I think that we’re going to be looking at press brakes and simple stamping,” Munro notes. “I don’t see a reason for a paint job, and when painted parts are needed, I think what they’re gonna do is they’re going to come in painted by the supplier.”

Full article details can be found here: Top auto consultant explains why Tesla’s Cybertruck could be incredibly profitable

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