Tesla held its first-ever Investor Day event on March 1st at the Austin, Texas-based Gigafactory. The company’s CEO, Elon Musk, revealed the third part of his “Master Plan,” which outlined ways that Tesla would reduce its manufacturing costs and grow to “extreme size.”
Tesla has been buffeted by questions around demand, price, and management — especially in the wake of Musk’s disastrous acquisition of Twitter. But after steep stock declines in 2022, the company appears to be on more solid footing. Tesla slashed the prices for its popular Model 3 and Model Y by as much as 20 percent, which seemed to help attract more customers.
Also, Musk is coming off the heels of a victory of sorts: a California jury found that he was not liable for billions of dollars in damages as a result of his infamous “funding secured” tweet from 2018.
This is where you can find all the news from Tesla’s Investor Day, so be sure to check back as more stories are published.
Mar 1, 2023, 8:40 PM UTCAndrew J. Hawkins
Elon Musk’s company is convening its first-ever Investor Day to pull the curtain back on its latest Master Plan, as well as details about its plans to grow to ‘extreme size.’
Mar 1, 2023, 3:55 PM UTCAndrew J. Hawkins and Umar Shakir
Tesla’s first ‘Master Plan’ was widely seen as a success. But the second is where things started to go off the rails. In advance of the release of the third version, let’s go through the previous two with a fine-tooth comb and assign some grades.
Mar 1, 2023, 3:10 PM UTCUmar Shakir
Tesla’s Investor Day event is on March 1st at 4PM ET. CEO Elon Musk says ‘the future is bright’ and is ready to unveil Master Plan 3. Here’s how to watch it.
Feb 28, 2023, 5:15 PM UTCAndrew J. Hawkins
Elon Musk is getting ready to unleash Tesla’s third Master Plan, which will include details about the company’s new lower-cost vehicle platform and its effort to grow to ‘extreme size.’