Elon Musk Tweeted Too Fast And Promises Wrong Production Figures
Elon Musk Tweeted too Fast and Promises wrong Production figures Tesla. Tesla boss Elon Musk sent a tweet into the world too fast on Tuesday night.
The top man wrote on the social medium that the car manufacturer produces a total of 500,000 cars in 2019.
After several adverse responses on Twitter, he returned to his tweet, and he stated that the car company is just going to make 400,000 cars.
There was confusion about the half million produced cars that Musk promised,
because the company in previous presentations for investors still went out of 400,000 vehicles in 2019.
In his rectification Musk wrote that he intended that Tesla’s annual production rate would be half a million per year by the end of this year, instead of the total production.
It is not the first time that the CEO of Tesla has caused a stir on Twitter.
Musk tweeted last summer that the company would be taken off the fair.
As a conclusion, the US stock market watchdog SEC started an investigation into him and was accused of stock market fraud.
The stock market watchdog then determined that Musk should not be a Tesla chairman for three years.
In November, his confidant Robyn Denholm was appointed as a replacement.
Both Musk and Tesla also had to pay a fine of 20 million dollars.