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  • Yahoo Finance Video

    Citi cuts Tesla price target on delivery miss, market saturation

    Tesla (TSLA) shares have fallen over 30% so far in 2024, with several analysts cutting their price targets on the stock. Citi is the latest group to lower its price target, setting the figure at $180 per share from $196. The analyst behind the call, Citi Autos & Auto Parts Analyst Itay Michaeli, joins Yahoo Finance to discuss the challenges ahead for Tesla.  Michaeli explains that the reduced price target reflects Tesla's first quarter delivery miss and other April data points. He explains that Tesla's challenges are the outcome of its own success over the years, having created a saturated effect on vehicle sales in certain regions, such as the US. "When you do have these levels of saturation, even price cuts don't do much to stimulate demand," Michaeli says. While these challenges are "solvable," the Citi analyst adds that the issues are having a bigger effect than expected on the automaker. On Tesla's robotaxi unveiling, Michaeli notes his appreciation for the company's focus on autonomous vehicles, calling autonomous driving the "most powerful mobility mega-trend out there." However, he outlines a scenario in which Tesla does not sufficiently discuss deployment challenges during the robotaxi's unveiling.  For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Yahoo Finance. This article was written by Gabriel Roy.

  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-Tesla cuts Full Self-Driving subscription prices in US, Canada

    Elon Musk's Tesla said on Friday it has cut prices of its Full Self-Driving (FSD) subscriptions in the United States and Canada, as it seeks to drive adoption amid softening demand and price competition. The subscriptions will be priced at $99 per month in the U.S. and C$99 ($71.88) in Canada, the electric vehicle maker said in a post on X. Musk has long touted the FSD technology as a potential cash cow for the company, but has failed to keep his promise of a fully autonomous driving experience, amid stiff regulatory and legal scrutiny of Tesla's safety and marketing.

  • Reuters

    Tesla cuts Full Self-Driving subscription prices in US, Canada

    The subscriptions will be priced at $99 per month in the U.S. and C$99 ($71.88) in Canada, the electric vehicle maker said in a post on X. Musk has long touted the FSD technology as a potential cash cow for the company, but has failed to keep his promise of a fully autonomous driving experience, amid stiff regulatory and legal scrutiny of Tesla's safety and marketing. The software, which Tesla says does not make its vehicles autonomous and requires active driver supervision, had earlier been offered at a subscription of $199 a month.