How Tesla Passed Ford In Just 7 Years

Written by The Money Lab Team on January 23rd, 2018

Discover the rise of Tesla and how they passed Ford in record time

It doesn’t happen very often…

In fact, the last time this happened was way back in 1956!

Ford was the last American car company to IPO, having gone public back in '56.

So, when Tesla went public in 2010, it was a big deal.

After a rocky and sometimes troubling start, that almost saw Tesla go out of business, the company managed to secure $226million in capital from their public listing.

From then onwards it was a whirlwind of growth!

Amazingly, it only took them 7 years to match Ford’s value, and then surpass them.

But how exactly did Tesla manage this?

In the second part of our three part ‘Rise of Tesla’ series, I’ll show you how they pulled it off.

Simply read on for more…


Tesla’s Journey From IPO To Passing Ford (Part 2)


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How Tesla Passed Ford In Just 7 Years