Tesla has missed its 2022 delivery target of 50%. The company published its production and delivery figures for Q4 2022 and the year as a whole and it was found that deliveries only rose 40%.
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Tesla has quietly raised the prices of some of its vehicles by thousands of dollars. The new prices should discourage some buyers as it deals with higher costs linked to supply chain issues.
Tesla has been ordered to deliver an OTA update to 48,000 Model 3 Performance model EVs, made between 2018 and 2022, to show the actual unit of speed in MPH or Km/h, especially in Track Mode.
Tesla has reported its production and delivery figures for Q4 2021 and the whole year. The firm reported almost a million deliveries over the year which is about double the deliveries it made in 2020.
Tesla has recalled nearly half a million Model 3 and Model S units for exhibiting engineering flaws related to the rearview camera and the front trunk, which can result in accidents in the worst case.
Panasonic has said that it will increase the energy density of its 2170 battery cells used in Tesla Model 3s. This will allow cars to go further on a single charge and batteries should be smaller.
Forecasting the risk of a global shortage of ventilators due to COVID-19, Tesla has released a video giving a behind the scenes peek into the design process for its first ventilator prototype.
After buyers of Shanghai-made Model 3 cars threatened to sue the firm for substituting control chips with an older version without notice, Tesla cited supply chain issues due to coronavirus outbreak.
Tesla is seeking approval from the Chinese authorities to build the long-range variant of its Model 3. If it gets approval, it will no longer have to import the vehicle from the United States.
Tesla has announced that it made 112,000 deliveries of Model S, Model X, and Model 3 vehicles in the fourth quarter of 2019. This exceeds Wall Street's expectations which were set at 106,000.
Tesla has managed to slash around 55,000 yuan ($8,000) from the starting price of its Model 3. The reduction was possible, in part, because the Chinese government was offering subsidies.
Making good on its promise, at Tesla's multi-billion dollar 'Gigafactory' in Shanghai, the company delivered its first batch of 'Made in China' Tesla Model 3 cars to its employees today.
Tesla has agreed to a 9 billion yuan loan with several banks in China. The firm plans to use the money to pay off debt it has and will invest the rest in construction and production at Gigafactory 3.
On Saturday, a Tesla Model 3 on Autopilot mode crashed into a stationary police car and a disabled vehicle near the area of Interstate 95 in the city of Norwalk, Connecticut, United States.
Tesla has reported that it shipped 97,000 vehicles in the third quarter which means it missed analyst targets by 447 units. To meet its yearly target it needs to deliver over 104,800 units in Q4.
Tesla has followed through on rumoured price increases in the Chinese market. Earlier this week, sources said there could also be a further increase in December, but no official news on that yet.
Sources have said that Tesla is considering two price increases for customers in China. The first is due on August 30, while a second could arrive in December. No official statement has been released.
A new freedom of information request has revealed that the NHTSA took issue with Tesla allegedly misusing its data to extol how safe the Model 3 is, and claims a blog post misleads customers.
Sources familiar with the matter have suggested that Tesla is going to hike vehicle prices in the Chinese market due to uncertainty around the Chinese yuan. The price hike is expected in September.
Tesla has decided to stop selling the Standard Range variants of the Model X and Model S. With this decision, it's evident that the firm wants the Model 3 to be the main entry-level product.
Tesla's Model 3 has been given a five-star rating by the European New Car Assessment Programme. Tesla hopes the safety credentials will make the Model 3 more appealing to customers.
Tesla has said that it will be upping prices up a bit on most of its models, just a week after cutting them. They won't return to previous numbers, and the $35,000 Model 3 will stay the same price.
Tesla has finally made the $35,000 Model 3 available for customers. Following sweeping cuts, and newly announced store closures, the firm was able to make the entry-level vehicle financially viable.
Tesla has announced that it's rolling out Sentry Mode for Model 3 vehicles in the U.S. starting today. It will bring the feature to post-August 2017 Model S and Model X vehicles soon too.
It has been revealed by former Tesla employees that the North American deliveries team was cut by a massive 65% after sales of the Model 3 slumped due to the current prohibitive cost.
In a statement, Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, announced that the firm would be laying off around 3,000 workers, or 7% of its workforce. Help for those being sacked wasn't detailed by Musk.
In a recent SEC filing, Tesla admitted that it had received a subpoena pertaining to Model 3 production figures despite denying it less than one week ago. It said the DOJ is also investigating.
Tesla has announced that it aims to churn out 10,000 Model 3 vehicles by producing 3,000 units each week at its Gigafactory 3 in China. The move will help it deal with trade tariffs too.
The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has given Tesla's Model 3 perfect scores for the levels of safety it provides. The car also gives drivers the lowest probability of injury.
Tesla has pushed Software Version 9.0 to cars across North America. The update includes hidden Easter Egg games, new features on mobile and in-vehicle software, including a new app launcher, and more.
Elon Musk has announced that he plans to keep Tesla public after hearing from shareholders. He confirmed that he found the process of going private to be more difficult than he anticipated.
In its earnings report, Tesla stated that it aims to build 6,000 Model 3s by the end of August, up from the current 5,000. It said that it wants to raise this figure to 10,000 by sometime next year.
A new update coming to Tesla vehicles will include an Easter egg that will allow owners to have a bit of fun, playing some of Atari's classics, like Pole Position, Tempest, and Missile Command.
Tesla has stopped running brake and roll tests on Model 3 units coming out of the Fremont, California factory. Stoppage of the test coincided with Tesla meeting its goal of producing 5,000 units.
Elon Musk has revealed that Tesla plans to begin work on a pick-up truck vehicle after it has launched the Model Y. Musk said the truck will include a game-changing feature, but gave no details.
Although the Telsa Model 3 is slowly crawling off the assembly line, a new report from the EPA has confirmed that the vehicle is capable of getting 310 miles of range to a charge.
Tesla has released its third quarter report, and things aren't looking good for the car maker. On the back of the results, the share price in the company dropped almost 7 percent, as of writing.
Panasonic's CEO has confirmed that the reason for the Model 3 bottleneck at Gigafactory 1 is due to a lack of batteries being produced. He said the problem has been identified, so a fix is due.
Elon Musk promised 1,500 Tesla Model 3 cars by the end of September. That time has come and gone as the company has fallen short of their output expectations, leaving them with a steep hill to climb.
A significant number of people has cancelled pre-orders for Tesla's Model 3 EV. However, that's a small drop in the bucket, according to the company's CEO, as demand is still outstripping supply.