Apple CarPlay and Android Auto weren't included in Tesla's EVs because they were direct rivals
Investors are becoming more and more concerned about Tesla's performance
but given the underwhelming delivery report for Q3 2022, this is not surprising.
In contrast to the 358,000 units experts had projected, Elon Musk's firm delivered just 343,830 vehicles to customers in the third quarter.
According to Bloomberg, the EV business also had the lowest performance inside the S&P 500 Index.
And to make matters worse, California, a market long dominated by Tesla, is losing interest in the EV manufacturer.
Tesla was the second-highest selling vehicle brand in California for the first half of the year.
In addition, CleanTechnica notes that during the first half of 2022, the Tesla Model Y
There are indications, though, that Tesla's hegemony in California may be waning.
According to Reuters, Tesla's dominant market share in California's EV market decreased once again in the first nine months of the year.
Tesla owned 73 percent of the battery electric market in California from January to September
the lowest percentage since 2018, according to the most current car registration statistics from the California Energy Commission.