"Tesla" is far from the company in disarray, but it can not be denied that Tesla's leadership was disappointed with a number of issues with an alarming frequency. Just a few weeks ago, for example, Tesla announced that he would close most of his physical stores, but only retreated after a while. Next, some pricing schemes and available car configurations offered by Tesla are likely to change without rhyme or cause.
While preserving this trend, a new report from Electrec relay that Tesla could return free Supercharger access for new purchases as part of wider efforts to accelerate sales. If you recall, Tesla's past-September ended its free Supercharger program for all new purchases.
Although nothing is done by the employee just yet, the report reminds that the announcement may be coming soon. Not surprisingly, this is not a constant review. On the contrary, it will be reported to be available exclusively to people who make purchases by the end of the quarter.
According to people familiar with the case, Tesla offers existing owners with free Supercharging on their current vehicles to be grandfathered-in when purchasing a new model S or model X and having received 3 years of free unlimited boost if they order and accept delivery by the end of the quarter .
An unfortunate aspect of all this is that Tesla is experiencing tremendous pressure to reassure investors on Wall Street, which could perhaps have been avoided if Elon Mask did not make a habit of making ambitious promises of production and sales that, in Ultimately, it's too hard to keep. At the moment, investors are demanding strong sales and profits, and everything that undermines Tesla's efforts in this regard now sends Tesla shares to the corkscrew.
All that said Tesla seems to be fine, despite recent Muska comments, pointing out that the company will not be profitable this quarter. Looking forward, though, Tesla stands ready to greatly see a collision in profits once Roadster, Tesla Semi, and Model Y are available. By the usual, the only issue is that Tesla can deliver the above vehicles on time.
On the corresponding note, Tesla, in common, really makes a strong push to increase supplies by the end of the quarter. Emphasizing this, r yesterday posted an internal e-mail, which Musk sent to employees of the company, notifying them that delivery of vehicles became their top priority.
Musk's e-mail reads as follows: quarterly, please think about your main priority to help with the delivery of vehicles. This applies to everyone. As the calls go, it's a good mother, because we built cars and people bought cars, so we just need to get cars to their new owners!
This made it especially difficult that Europe and China are simultaneously experiencing the same massive increase in supplies that North America has experienced last year. In some places, the shipping speed is 600% higher than the previous peak! This was further exacerbated by the lack of EU specification suppliers and the typos of stickers on our side in China that were solved only in the last few weeks.
North America is also highlighted since the last month of this quarter almost all of North America is building. Moreover, during the first two weeks of the march, most cars were shipped from our factory in California to the east coast to ensure arrival by the end of the quarter.
The result is a massive wave of supplies needed throughout Europe, China and North America. This is the biggest wave in the history of Tesla, but this is primarily the function of our first delivery of massively manufactured cars on two continents at the same time, and will not be repeated in subsequent quarters.