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Tesla's stock closed down 3.3 percent Friday.
The analyst said Daimler, the owner of Mercedes-Benz, has said it will launch 10 battery-powered electric vehicles by 2022. He also noted Audi's electric vehicle pipeline.
"We met with Audi, which appeared the most aggressive over the near-term, targeting the debut of a 310 mile range (95 kWh battery pack) 'e-tron' vehicle sized between a Q5 and a Q7, with an €80,000 price tag (nearly ~$100K)," he wrote. "These range, size, and price configurations seem designed to go toe-to-toe with the Tesla Model X."
Brinkman reaffirmed his $185 price target on Tesla shares, representing 38 percent downside from Thursday's close.
Tesla did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The company is slated to report its first-quarter earnings results on May 2, according to its website.