Tesla’s Two New Cars

Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) just launched…

Two new vehicles of the Model S and Model X with CHEAPER prices.

Could it be the next step of Elon Musk’s new Master Plan for the company?

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For the Model S and Model X…

Tesla has only offered two versions since 2021: “Long Range” and “Plaid.”

But the company has decided to bring back the “Standard Range” for both – and with a $10k price cut on each.

The catch?

You lose some mileage.

For example, for the Model S, you lose 85 miles (Standard Range is 320 miles on a single charge – compared to 405 miles for the Long-Range version).

And the new Standard Range Model X gets 269 miles…

… which is 79 less than the Long-Range version.

It’s unclear if Tesla plans to offer to unlock the battery capacity through its app for a charge in the future.

But it makes sense if they do.

They would leave money on the table if they didn’t.

But either way…

It wouldn’t surprise me if this is all part of Elon Musk’s new Master Plan 3.0.

But what would surprise me even LESS is that his NEW Master Plan helps Tesla to continue to be the #1 leader in the EV race – just as his two previous Master Plans did.

Most importantly for investors…

This new Master Plan is creating a brand-new opportunity to make +1,766% – no matter what happens to Tesla stock.

That’s because there’s a group of undiscovered stocks that could surge dramatically very soon BECAUSE of Musk’s new Master Plan.

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Because consumers continue to embrace EVs…

Automakers are transitioning towards EVs…

And Governments are encouraging—sometimes MANDATING—that EVs replace combustion engines.

What does that mean for investors who want to cash in on this trend?

That there’s a tidal wave of demand for EV battery metals.

Because there’s just not enough production capacity to meet demand.

This will fuel higher commodity prices – and boost profits for battery metal miners and refiners.

Short-term price fluctuations are part of the deal when investing in commodities.

But higher prices over the longer-term are nearly assured due to soaring demand and a lack of supply.

That’s why Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) expects the EV battery market to soar 2,400%.

And that’s why I remain bullish on the battery metal sector.

Now, Tesla is the undisputed king in the EV race.

It plans to power 20 million EVs per year by the end of the decade, which creates an URGENT demand for the battery metals.

In fact, solving this problem is key for Elon Musk’s Master Plan to succeed.

No wonder Tesla is RUSHING to lock-up critical supplies of batteries – and inking raw-material deals with several little-known stocks.

This small group of undiscovered stocks could see +1,766% gains.

To discover how they could help you turn $5k into $88,300…

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Yours in Wealth,

Ian Wyatt

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