[TechWeb] June 12 news, according to Bloomberg News, Tesla CEO (EEO Musk) said that he expects Tesla's car fleet to be this year after doubling last year. Increase by 60% to 80%.
At the annual shareholder meeting in Mountain View, California, Musk said: "According to this growth rate, it is difficult to make a profit. We can slow down, but this is not conducive to sustainable development and the development of electric vehicles."
Tesla has said that it is expected to deliver between 90,000 and 100,000 vehicles in the second quarter of this year, compared with only 63,000 in the first quarter. (Little Fox)