A long list of things Tesla did wrong in China
But there have been other issues: not enough back-seat comfort for the moneyed class who could buy Teslas and which likes to be chauffeured, "unpopular" navigation maps and a lack of the locally important apps in the system, weak after-sales service, depositors canceling their orders over the unusual span of time between order and delivery and "speculators" doing the same, the result being a hefty batch of idle product.
The company is working every angle, however, to correct its China course – and it has to, if it wants to hit Musk's aggressive projections. Head over to Bloomberg to read the story of how it got China wrong and wants to put it right.
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