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With electric cars quickly gaining popularity among masses, models priced below $50,000 are in big demand, an area where the world's most valuable automaker "does not yet truly compete", S&P Global Mobility said in a report on Tuesday. "Tesla's position is changing as new, more affordable options arrive, offering equal or better technology and production build," the research firm said, adding that the company's ability to hold on to its market share will be challenged in the future. Tesla's competition comes from models such as General Motors Co's Bolt and Bolt EUV, Hyundai Motor Co's Ioniq5, Kia's EV6, Volkswagen AG's ID.4 and Nissan's Leaf, the research firm said.