Speaking with Axios, Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas said the currently struggling Musk had "definitely" erred by first launching his mass-market Model 3 sedan, rather than the future Model Y crossover.
I don't know, crossovers and SUVs I've seen don't always offer more space, only a higher seating position so their appeal is lost on me. I would have thought that while the US market may be more interested in larger vehicles, working on something smaller will give you results in a shorter time frame.
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