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Unfortunately your comment doesn't correspond with basic economic principles. For example. Goldman Sachs put out a research report in 2000 regarding, savings in the “vehicle order-to-delivery cycle from build-to-order, direct manufacturer sales.” Based on an average vehicle price of $26,000, Goldman Sachs estimated a total cost savings in the order-to-delivery cycle of $2,225 or about 8.6%. Since 2000, GM has experienced great production efficiencies in its direct manufacturing sales in Brazil that also proves an interesting point in light of this topic. At the end of the day, the underlying economic principle is the consumer loses when there is a middleman. As an enthusiast of Elon Musk and Tesla, my company (www.americasstartup.com) created a series of commercials to help Tesla's current difficulties regarding directly selling to consumers: join the initiative and protect consumer rights. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o62Kz64ihCI
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