How to play a possible global electric vehicle meltdown, according to Deutsche Bank

Concerns of a global electric vehicle market meltdown are starting to take hold, raising concern over the prospects of certain companies in the space, according to Deutsche Bank. Citing conversations with one battery supplier, head of research Tim Rokossa said production timelines in the U.S. and Europe are 30% to 50% below output goals for mass and premium markets. These concerns have weighed on original equipment auto manufacturers such as General Motors and Ford , according to Rokossa.

“We view Tesla as better positioned in the long term, benefitting from a cost base enabling it to sell vehicles profitably at lower price point than much of the competition; and especially so if it successfully develops and produces next-gen vehicles at half the current ,” Deutsche said.

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