Tesla could partner with one of these companies to meet strong robotaxis demand By Investing.com | News World

Jefferies analysts believe Tesla (NASDAQ:) and other autonomous vehicle (AV) developers may find their most efficient path to market by partnering with established ridesharing companies like Uber (NYSE:) and Lyft (NASDAQ:).

Their note highlights several key reasons for this conclusion. Jefferies’ survey and analysis of robotaxi unit economics indicates strong consumer demand for robotaxis, particularly at a discount.

They found that 73% of U.S. rideshare users would consider a robotaxi, with price being a major factor.

However, it also finds that partnering with Uber and Lyft offers significant economic advantages. Jefferies estimates gross profit per ride could be 22% higher for a robotaxi fleet that partners with rideshare companies compared to a standalone fleet.

They explain that this is because rideshare companies already have established logistics and pricing expertise, and a robotaxi partnership would allow them to leverage their existing high-utilization fleets.


Source www.investing.com

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