Tesla needs capital and Detroit needs to innovate — here’s how a partnership could help both sides, according to a Wall Street analyst (TSLA)



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Conventional automakers will”struggle to disrupt themselves” Morgan Stanley said Thursday. 
At exactly precisely the exact identical time, Tesla desperately needs their own manufacturing experience and access to capital.
A partnership could be a match made in heaven, analyst Adam Jonas theorizes. 
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Tesla desperately needs access to fresh capital — and traditional Detroit automakers have a long road ahead of them to bridge the gap into the car of their future.

That’s a match made in heaven, according to Morgan Stanley autos analyst Adam Jonas. He theorizes a way in which Tesla could utilize a proven — and rewarding — maker as a win-win for the two companies. See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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