Prior to the rise of Tesla, conventional wisdom held that it would be practically impossible for a startup company to challenge the behemoths of Big Auto. When economics professors explained the concept of barriers to entry, the auto industry was usually example #1. Selling cars in volume requires not only massive industrial resources, but a highly complex supply chain and dealer network, so a startup couldn’t possibly compete.
By Rap Hankins, Drive Electric Dayton President I’ve got a lot on my mind about what we have accomplished as Drive Electric Dayton this year. I know you’re busy, so here are 10 quick thoughts for you: The team comprising Drive Electric Dayton is amazing! In less than one year, […]
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General Manager Scott Da Costa Gomez reports that White Allen Volkswagen is down to its last 2022 ID.4 so he’s worked up a very aggressive lease special on this all-electric SUV. It’s $499 a month, taxes and fees included. The downpayment is $3,000. Lessees must be Montgomery County residents with […]