Tesla Reveals A $21.9 Million Surge In Quarterly Profit Despite A Dismal Ranking In Recent Car Reliability Survey
Consumer Reports has recently released the result of its Annual Auto Reliability Survey. Tesla Motors was way off from being one of the most reliable cars. However, Tesla might be over that with their latest quarterly profit. The maker of luxury vehicles' has a surge in profit went up at $21.9 million.
According to the Investor Place, Tesla has earned 14 cents per share on a total of $2.3 billion revenue. This is contrary to the predicted GAAP loss of 53 cents per share on $2.34 billion of sales by analysts. In the same time period last year, Tesla only had $1.24 billion in sales and a GAAP loss of 58 cents.
Tesla's Elon Musk Is Very Hopeful For The Next Quarter
Tesla's CEO Elon Musk must be proud of the 145 percent jump from the last quarter. According to Forbes, he said in a conference call with analysts that this is their best quarter ever. Apparently, he is very hopeful that Tesla will also achieve their best fourth quarter. Musk added that the company may be profitable again.
Musk also has more reasons to cheer about. Indeed, it is one of their best moments. Tesla's share went up to 4.4 percent in after-hours trading.
Tesla's Executive Are Also Happy
Several factors may have contributed to the said growth of the automaker. Tesla Executives have mentioned that product launches, increased store efficiency and new store openings including self-driving hardware and other product enhancements have caused its additional market share gains.
With regards to the above mentioned self-driving hardware, Tesla has recently updated its Autopilot system. Forbes further reports that the company is waiting for the result of an investigation by US regulators. This is in connection with the fatal Florida crash when the driver was using Tesla's Autopilot system.
The Consumers Reports Car Reliability Survey
Tesla received a low reliability in the recent car reliability survey by Consumers Reports. General Motors' Buick is the only US car brand that made it in the top three of the most reliable cars along with Lexus and Toyota.
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Faraday Future To Build 10,000 Cars Per Year In New Hanford Factory
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Tesla Model 3 Delivery Started, 30 Telsa Employees First To Get Hands On
Tesla Model 3 deliveries started on July 28 and 30 employees from Telso got the car keys.
Elon Musk Reveals First Images Of Tesla Model 3 Production Unit On Twitter
Elon Musk showed off the very first Tesla Model 3 unit on Twitter and Instagram.
Tesla Model 3 Hits Production This Week, First Car To Be Delivered This Month
The Model 3 will be priced around $35,000. Elon Musk envisions it reaching a much wider range of customers and has said he expects it to push Tesla’s output to 500,000 cars a year in 2018.
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