General Motors May Beat Tesla To An Electric Vehicle Future

Nov. 29, 2022 8:18 PM ETGeneral Motors Company (GM)TSLA, F35 Comments
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  • Over the past year and a half, automotive companies have been challenged by parts shortages and slowing economic demand.
  • General Motors and its peers appear likely to see EPS and sales decline next year as higher interest rates reduce demand and prices for new vehicles.
  • Compared to peers, General Motors is slightly cheaper due in part to its lower dividend yield.
  • General Motors is making much more significant long-term electric vehicle investments than Ford and is now outpacing Tesla in terms of Capex-to-sales.
  • GM may decline in the short term but has strong long-term prospects due to its vertically integrated expansion into EVs and massive equity valuation discount to Tesla.
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The US automotive market has been tumultuous over the past two years. The events of 2020 initially caused a significant decline in demand for vehicles but also spurred an even more substantial and long-lasting drop in vehicle production and the production

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