A new report throws another factor into the Tesla factory in China mix. If Tesla builds cars there, must it equip them with batteries made in China, too?
Negotiations between Tesla and the city of Shanghai about building a factory in that city’s Free Trade Zone appear to have stalled over whether Tesla must work with a local partner.
Tesla has walked back some of the comments made by Elon Musk at the Q4 earnings call in a new filing with the SEC with regard to battery production for the Model 3, but the basic production targets have not changed.
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The Tesla Q4 earnings call reported a smaller loss per share and higher revenue. Tesla reconfirmed its Model 3 production targets and predicted significant growth in its solar and storage business in 2018.
Tesla [NASDAQ: TSLA] has been confounding Wall Street’s naysayers for years, and 2018 has not departed from that trend. According to Schaeffer’s Investment Research, “Tesla stock was trading near its highest levels since late October earlier — topping out at $ 349 — after JPM reported on the company’s private investor meeting at the Detroit Auto Show. The brokerage firm said TSLA’s head of investment relations indicated Model 3 production will reach 1,000 cars per week this month — an increase from fourth-quarter numbers, with the recent bottleneck issues resolved.” [Update: Tesla stock is currently at $
The hottest CleanTechnica story of the past week was, no surprise, a Tesla-related story. It initially seemed to be a rather humble, inconspicuous, unpretentious but interesting reflection of Steve’s time driving and riding in the Tesla Model S, Tesla Model X, and Chevy Bolt in the Middle East during a 2018 Global EVRT adventure, but then it blew up and is now approaching 200,000 views. I imagine you’ve already read it, but have a gander if not — at least for the pics!
A Tesla Semi has been caught on video cruising the streets of Sunnyvale, California and the Tesla Model 3 will be on display in selected east coast showrooms beginning January 19.
It’s been a while since we provided an update on the state of Tesla’s Supercharger network, so it seemed worth giving readers an idea of just how rapidly the company is aiming to grow its network of proprietary electric vehicle superfast-charging stations over the coming months. Of course, this is all the more important and interesting as Tesla Model 3 production ramps up and the total fleet of Tesla vehicles on roads around the world grows at a quicker and quicker pace
Elon Musk dashed off a tweet on January 6 (or super early January 7) that promised some exciting new features at a Supercharger location in Los Angeles. The Musk Man hinted that an old-fashioned drive-in restaurant complete with wait staff on roller skates may be in the offing. No mention of poodle skirts, however