EVs are Dead, Tesla Layoffs Prove It

EVs are Dead, Tesla Layoffs Prove It

May 2, 2024

This week, in a move highlighting the declining demand for electric Vehicles (EVs), Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, laid off most, if not all, of Tesla’s Supercharger Team- its defining characteristic.

As E&E News reported, 

“This targeted layoff is Musk’s latest response to a sharp downturn in Tesla’s prospects as its cars become less popular. Last week, while reporting lower earnings, Musk said that the automaker would shed more than 10 percent of its global workforce of 140,000.” 

Despite the many costly market intrusions by the Biden Administration, Americans have made it clear: we don’t want electric vehicles. We want reliable and affordable cars and trucks. Tesla’s move to slow the growth of its infrastructure verifies exactly what the eco-left has been terrified of: the American people are not falling for their schemes.

Will Tesla drivers — and now other EV drivers — be able to continue to rely on the network that was one of the main perks about buying a Tesla? Will the automakers who bet their future EVs on Tesla’s charging stations and technology still have a reliable partner?

The only reliable partner for vehicles is gasoline, as has been proven for close to two centuries.