Another vice president of Tesla left the company this week, leaving Tesla for the third time in a week.
Last week, Electrek announced that Peter Hochholdinger, vice president of production, would leave Tesla after more than a week for more than three years as a production manager for the electric car manufacturer.
Yesterday we learned that he is changing to EV Startup Lucid Motors.
Today we also announced that Jan Oehmicke, Tesla's Vice President for Europe, also left the company.
Now Business Insider also reports that Steve MacManus, vice president of interior and exterior, announced his position as vice president at Tesla.
MacManus was four years and earlier at Tesla Upon joining the electric car company, he had 20 years experience as an engineer with European automakers:
Tesla did not comment on the report of Business Insider that MacManus left the enterprise.
It is interesting that all three executives who left last week have extensive automotive experience.
Tesla has a mix of folks from the traditional auto industry and the tech and manufacturing world.
I would argue that these three at VP level were the ones with the most traditional automotive background.
There are still some Tesla executives with experience in the automotive industry, such as Jerome Guillen, but it looks like it may be difficult for Tesla to retain traditional auto-talent.
and it might be difficult for them to adapt.
All three executives who left this week seem to be suffering significant losses for Tesla, but it might be best if Tesla's fast, start-up business environment was not for them 9659003] What do you think? Let us know in the comment section below.
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