It has become crystal clear in the recent democratic debates that combating climate change is a central focus of the Democratic Party, and governments around the world as a whole. The growing pressure of climate change can’t be ignored, and lawmakers are working toward solutions. These plans will be daunting for established auto manufacturers to adapt to, essentially having to reshape their entire business models to conform with new regulations. In stark contrast, Tesla is in the unique position that it has not only embraced changing times, but built its entire business around them. The Green New Deal, introduced by Rep. Ocasio-Cortez and her progressive colleagues, which include supporters like Bernie Sanders, aims to transition the nation to emission-less vehicles by 2030. This staunch timeline only allots traditional car companies 10 years to flip their lineups to all-electric, a formidable and costly endeavor. China and Europe are so far even more aggressive in their anti-emission policies. From the conception of the company, Tesla has always had an all-electric lineup. During these 10 years, Tesla can use its head start to do any number of things, possibly positioning itsel...