In its decade of existence, electric-car startup Tesla has accomplished many things the auto industry didn't think it could do.
But could Tesla Motors [NSDQ:TSLA] be as disruptive to the existing industry as were Toyota and Nissan, the two largest Japanese car importers during the Sixties, Seventies, and Eighties?
That's the premise of Adam Jonas, who leads auto-industry research at Morgan Stanley. His quote ends an article in The New York Times last Friday.
That column, by noted financial author James Stewart, looked at Tesla's opportunities and challenges from the point of view of a potential buyer.Read Article