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Why we picked Joe Manchin and Elon Musk as All-Stars

especially in October when he $44 billion A megaphone called Twitter and the corporate chaos in the social media network that followed. Will Twitter be working by the time you read this?

But keep in mind, he’s also the head of a car company, and it’s been another big success this year, winning his fourth All-Star award in the luxury category.

With only four nameplates and no major exterior or interior redesigns, Tesla continues to defy conventional expectations and leads the U.S. luxury market by a large margin. This is also thanks to branding and avoiding some of the pitfalls in his chain of supply experienced by rival automakers. Reported by Experian By September of this year, Tesla had 346,827 registrations, with BMW at 236,513, Mercedes-Benz at 204,120 and Lexus at 201,830.

It’s not just BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Lexus around the world chasing Tesla. All automakers, whether established or trying to overcome the industry’s high barriers to entry, will die for brand appeal like Tesla’s.

Gap between panels? Software glitch? Bad PR for AutoPilot? Lack of service network? Musk’s Twitter antics and shady free speech debate?Yes, some customers returned their Teslas and didn’t look back, but most Elon fans in the U.S. and abroad I do not mind.

And with the opening of factories in Austin, Texas and Germany this year, Tesla shows no signs of cooling off anytime soon.

This is worth tweeting. Why we picked Joe Manchin and Elon Musk as All-Stars

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