There was an interesting segment on CNBC about car production. It explained why all the major car manufacturers are having troubles (mostly due to chips and some electronic productions). But that one, Tesla, actually solved their chip problem and increased production as all the others suffered more severly and still do. There were production problems in a lot of chip makers But others maintained production but their chips had different circuits which the software in the car makers did not work with. And being such large companies with so many divisions, etc., it was next to impossible to change all the software to work with the type of chips that were available. Tesla is smaller and better managed and its software division (just one, rather than many divisions like say GM has just for software) was able to react, rewrite its software quickly, and use the type of chips that are available. As the announcer summed it up, it is an example of being too big to succeed while Tesla was quickly able to adapt.