This photo of a production version of Tesla’s Model Y was included in the company’s Q4 2019 earnings report.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk sent one of his characteristic motivational emails to all employees at his electric vehicle company on Monday around noon California time.
In the email, which was shared with CNBC, he urged workers to “go all out” with vehicle production and deliveries, and told them that “breaking even is looking super tight.”
It’s not clear whether “breaking even” was referring to the company’s profit margin, which may require it to sell a certain number of vehicles during the quarter, or another metric, like production numbers versus expectations or previous quarters’ figures.
Tesla is expected to report its second quarter vehicle production and deliveries numbers this week, before the 4th of July weekend.
In its first quarter earnings update this year, Tesla walked back prior guidance saying that it has “capacity installed” to hit 500,000 vehicle deliveries in 2020,…