This week, Tesla (TSLA) held its annual shareholder meeting, where the EV company's investors and executives gathered to discuss the business's present and future. CEO Elon Musk was present at the event and spoke at length about what investors can expect from Tesla over the course of the next year. It was during the shareholder meeting that Elon Musk confirmed that Tesla is currently working on two new vehicles.
We clipped out a portion of Elon Musk’s talk at the latest Tesla shareholder meeting, where he announced the new vehicles. “People always want to know what our next product is,” Musk teased, getting the crowd excited before saying that a proper reveal would happen sometime down the road. However, he did reveal some of what Tesla has been up to. “We’re not sitting on our hands here… there are two new products that I think you’ll be very excited about.”
During the Tesla ( $TSLA) shareholder meeting, @elonmusk confirmed two new products are in development at the EV company. These two new products alone will probably total an "excess of 5 million units per year combined." pic.twitter.com/tUSrZaHbb6— Shacknews (@shacknews) May 16, 2023
Musk also said that the design and manufacturing of these two new cars are “head and shoulders above anything else that is present in the industry. He also provided a prediction of what the production rate will look like, stating that Tesla will likely make 5 million combined units of the two models each year.
Elon Musk neglected to provide a name or price range of the two new vehicles, but those details will likely come down the road. Regardless, it’s interesting to know that Tesla is working on new vehicles and that a proper reveal is on the horizon. Last week, the company broke ground on a new lithium refinery in Texas. For more on Tesla’s latest business moves, stick with Shacknews.
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Just like the cybertruck and the 2nd gen roadster right...
I'm gonna guess something for the Chinese market that looks fairly unsafe and a fullsize SUV that somehow gets only 40 eMPG.