Smart Summon doesn’t seem that smart.
By: Jamie Powell
That time Musk illuminated the dusk on a movie set at Universal Studios and implied he did it with functional integrated solar roof tiles....
By: Izabella Kaminska
Rumors of a takeover gallop over the Teutonic plains.
“Tesla had engaged in widespread, systemic negligence.”
Funding was not secured.
Three things which caught our eye.
Musk doubles down on “appreciating asset” line.
Because, why not?
Three more leave in the space of five working days.
An update on the $566m of convertible bonds due November.
A battery buyer becomes a potential battery supplier.
Alphaville investigates a minor mystery.
When maths becomes marketing.
The electric car company comes clean.
How $2.4bn went from ‘contingency fund’ to being potentially burnt through in 10 months
$642m in equity and $1.35bn in converts.
A few thoughts on receivables, capital expenditure and inventory.
And cars with a net present value of $200,000.
Growth story continues to judder.
What do you call a growth company that stops growing?
And it's... Dogecoin, obvz. Elon's all about the lulz.
By: Jemima Kelly
...if you're a non-employee director.
'Quantum cosmology may be needed to reconcile Tesla written guidance' - Barclays
And then doesn't. Sort of.
“Death is the solution to all problems. No man, no problem” - Stalin
And it's been ready-to-reserve since 2017.
Alphaville no longer has any idea what's going on.
Also, some notable changes to the Full Self Driving spiel.
A deep dive into the green energy giant's cash balance. Warning: contains many assumptions.