Perhaps the most talked about stock this year, electric car company Tesla has seen an incredible rise in its share price in 2020, but does the disrupter still offer a long-term opportunity to investors?
Tesla's share price was up nearly 480% from the start of the year to the end of August, helping it to overtake Toyota as the world's largest car manufacturer by market cap.
It took the firm's decision to opt for a five-for-one stock split in September to derail its momentum.
Over the course of 2020, the firm seemed to shrug off longstanding concerns about operational issues and financial instability, while the firm's capacity to maintain a technological cutting edge and meet demand are likely to be the key drivers of its future.
Here, Investment Week speaks to fund managers about what's next for Tesla.