Elon Musk’s ‘Master Plan Part 2’ is still hot off from the press and Wall Street is already asking to see the money. With the new product plan, Tesla is expanding the list of industries it plans to disrupt, but that will come at a cost.
While Wall Street seems mostly happy with the plan, several analysts covering Tesla are asking how the company plans to finance the new programs and expect more capital raise on the public market. Expand Expanding Close
As promised last week (albeit a little late), Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveiled the second part of his ‘Master Plan’ for the company almost a decade to the day (August 2, 2006) after releasing what we now know was only the first part of Tesla’s mission in an awesome blog post titled ‘The Secret Tesla Motors Master Plan (just between you and me)‘.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has been working on the second part of his ‘Master Plan’ for the past two weeks and he is now a little late. While flying back to California after spending the past few days in Florida for a SpaceX Falcon 9 launch, the CEO said that he will be focusing on the Tesla Model 3 and Autopilot today, consequently pushing the ‘Master Plan’ again:
Will be working at Tesla on Autopilot & Model 3 today, then aiming to pull an all-nighter and complete the master product plan
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is a little late to publish his ‘Part 2’ of the ‘Tesla Secret Master Plan’, which he hoped to reveal last week, but it looks like it was pushed to today. He was a little busy overseeing the successful Falcon 9 launch and landing in Cape Canaveral last night, and the ongoing Dragon mission.
Bit of a distraction yesterday. Working on plan today.
The plan is expected to outline Tesla’s future product lineup as the company transitions from a transportation company to an energy company. In line with the transition, Tesla finally moved its main domain ‘teslamotors.com’ to its recently acquired ‘tesla.com’ over the weekend. Expand Expanding Close