Elon Musk said in a mysterious leaked email that it’s ‘very important’ for Tesla employees to ‘go all out’ through the end of this month (TSLA)

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk told employees on Monday in an internal email that it’s “very important” they “go all out” through the end of June.
Musk did not provide more detail on the projects or activities he was referring to, and Tesla did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The electric-car maker has in the past asked for help with vehicle deliveries at the end of a quarter and, earlier this month, Musk said the company was dealing with production and supply-chain issues for its Model Y SUV.
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Tesla CEO Elon Musk said in an email to employees on Monday that it’s “very important” they “go all out” through the end of this month. Electrek’s Fred Lambert first reported on the message, and Business Insider viewed a photo of it.

“For many reasons, a great deal of Tesla execution worldwide is packed into the final week of the quarter,” Musk said. “It is very important that we go all out through the end of June 30th to ensure a good outcome. Wouldn’t bring this up if not very important.”

Musk did not provide more detail on the projects or activities he was referring to, and Tesla did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The electric-car maker has a history of asking for help with vehicle deliveries at the end of a quarter and, in a separate email sent earlier this month, Musk highlighted engineering and production for the company’s Model Y SUV as a top priority. Musk also mentioned unspecified manufacturing and supply-chain issues related to the Model Y, which he characterized as normal for the launch of a new vehicle.

“We are doing reasonably well with S, X, and 3, but there are production and supply chain ramp challenges with Model Y, as is always the case for new products,” Musk said at the time, referring to Tesla’s other models.

After posting a surprise profit in the first quarter of this year, Tesla’s US car factory stopped production for two months due to a local shelter-in-place order associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Vehicle-registration data from recent months has suggested declining sales in California and a sales rebound in China.

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