Tesla Motors

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St. John’s University Graduate Student Managed Investment Fund Presents: Tesla Motors, Inc.: TSLA Analysts: Rutvig Bhatt (rutvig@gmail.com) Yanchen Liu (yanchen.liu12@stjohns.edu) Gaoting Liu (liugaoting@gmail.com) Kevin Shanker (kevin.shanker05@stjohns.edu) Share Data: Fundamentals: Price 5/7/14: $201.35 GAAP EPS (FY Dec’13): -0.62 Market Cap: $24.80B E[EPS2015]: 1.83 52 Week Range: $63.69 – $265.00 Beta: 1.10 1 Contents 1. Executive Summary……………………………………………………3 2. Company Overview……………………………………………………3 3. Industry Analysis………………………………………………………8 3.1 Industry Overview…………………………………………………9 3.2 Analysis of Competitive Forces – Porter’s 5 Forces………………9 4. Fundamental Analysis………………………………………………..11…show more content…
On May 21, 2010, Tesla announced a "strategic partnership" with Toyota, which agreed to purchase US$50 million in Tesla common stock issued in a private placement to close immediately after the IPO. Executives at both companies said that they would cooperate on "the development of electric vehicles, parts, and production system and engineering support." Less than two months later, Toyota and Tesla confirmed that their first platform collaboration would be to build an electric version of the RAV4 EV. On June 29, 2010 Tesla Motors launched its initial public offering on NASDAQ. The IPO raised US$226 million at $17 per share for the company. It was the first American car-maker to go public since the Ford Motor Company had its IPO in 1956. Model S The Model S was announced in a press release on June 30, 2008. Retail deliveries began in the U.S. in June 2012, in Europe on August 2013 and in China in April 2014. The United States Environmental Protection Agency range for the 85 kW·h battery pack model, the first time launched in the United States market, is 265 mi (426 km), and 208 mi (335 km) for the model with the 60 kW·h battery. It also includes a mobile charger, which can be used with the regular plug in and can charge up to 26 miles per hour. In October 2011, Tesla reached 6,500 reservations for the Model S for delivery beginning in June 2012. Tesla expects global sales of 35,000 units in 2014, a 55% increase

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