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Why these three EV buyers didn’t choose Tesla

One of the biggest unanswered questions in the automotive industry is currently being addressed as legacy carmakers offer reliable competitors to Tesla’s line of luxury performance-oriented electric vehicles: Who’s Elon Musk’s Jaguar Note Can you pull your customers away from your charm?

It’s not easy. In response to intensifying competition, Tesla continues to dominate the US EV market, with its lineup almost three-quarters older than normal industry standards. According to Experian, the number of new Tesla registered with the state government in January increased by 18% to 23,974. The new Model Y occupied almost half of the volume.

Tim Kip, Dr. Enter AnthonyWehbe, AlKammerer. They are one of the consumers who chose to buy EVs from legacy car companies. Each quoted some common reasons for choosing their own car over Tesla. They said it was important to have a dealer nearby. Brand loyalty, as well as vehicle style and environmental friendliness, helped their decisions. But there were also reasons for choosing Jaguar I-Pace, Porsche Taycan and Ford Mustang Mach E.

Automotive News I talked to Kip, Wehbe, and Kammerer to learn why they bought a car and what they had experienced when switching from an internal combustion engine car to an EV.

Queue the “Law & Order” music. These are their stories..

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