Is Tesla the Netflix of Cars? Data Scientists Say Probably Not

Elon Musk can’t contain his excitement. It’s obvious why he’s been so enthusiastic on Twitter: the Model 3, designed and priced to be the first mass market Tesla, is on track to bring in $10 billion in sales from the first few days of sales alone, and it’s sent Tesla stock rising. Everything feels like Tesla’s moment. Tesla will have more than 300,000 cars on the road in the next two years if everything goes according to plan. But it won’t just be cars on the road, it will be more than 300,000 constantly streaming data collection devices delivering valuable information back to Tesla to use at will. In other words, Tesla has the possibility to become the big data collector of the automobile world — the Netflix of cars.…


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