I’m just telling you what Musk said in the article. I see you are now comparing EVs only again because it convenient. With limited parts, legacy auto is focused on ICE vehicles. But they are still taking EV market share away from Tesla.Of course it matters how recent the factories began production. There's a laundry list of industry firsts going on at Austin and Berlin. From a manufacturing perspective, a Fremont MY is considerably different from an Austin MY. The same cannot be said for legacy auto who have been treading water with the same EV design for years and still haven't hit volume production
The slow start will pay off in the long run. And "slow" by Tesla standards. <3 months into production, and Austin is at a greater output than all GM EVs combined.