|Bid||263.82 x 1800|
|Ask||263.88 x 800|
|Day's Range||255.75 - 265.55|
|52 Week Range||247.77 - 387.46|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||-0.25|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Apr 24, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||311.68|
David Ankin, Lead ‘ToyMaker,' weighs in on the future of the auto industry as he gears up for season 5 of his show of TOYMAKERZ. 'Electric is hard to beat' Ankin tells Yahoo Finance's YFi AM, 'I want to try to combine the both, a little bit of hot rod, a little bit of electric, I think you'll have an animal.'
This year’s New York International Auto Show (NYIAS) wasn’t as busy and loud of shows in the past, but there was a lot going on as the Big Apple stop on the auto show circuit has been growing in size, and importance.
Evercore downgrading shares of Tesla to underperform and slashing its price target to $240 dollars. Yahoo Finance's Jen Rogers, Myles Udland and Seana Smith discuss the call of the day.
Tesla stock sliding after surveillance video shows a Tesla appearing to burst into flames. Yahoo Finance's Dan Howley and Seana Smith discuss.
Today at Tesla’s first Autonomy Day event, Elon Musk took questions from thepress but didn’t have time for questions about lidar
"All Tesla cars being produced right now have everything necessary for full self-driving," CEO Elon Musk said at the event. Three years ago, the company began working on its own chip dedicated solely to powering autonomous driving functions. The plan is to have full autonomous driving capabilities rolled out by year's end and to have a fleet of robotaxis operating in 2020.
Reddit user "greentheonly" posted a pretty technical analysis of upcoming hardware and software updates to Tesla's autopilot technology back in January. Then on Tuesday — after Tesla tweeted a list of the self-driving hardware now being built into its cars — someone shared a link to the Reddit post, tagging Tesla and Elon Musk.
Following its daylong presentation on autonomous cars Monday, Tesla will report first-quarter earnings after the market close Wednesday, with analysts concerned over downbeat results.
Elon Musk unveiled an ambitious vision of Tesla’s opportunity in an autonomous driving future on Monday. Investors appear more concerned about the company’s present.
Tesla (TSLA) hosted its Autonomy Investor Day on April 22. The event was live-streamed and featured presentations by CEO Elon Musk, as well as from members of his autonomous driving development team. Musk made a number of big claims and promises during the event, by far the biggest of which was the announcement that Tesla would have an operational robo-taxi fleet in 2020.
Rawlinson, who joined Lucid in 2013 and held the role of the chief technology officer, will be replacing Sam Weng, who is also the company's co-founder. Rawlinson, who will also retain his role as CTO, was the Model S engineering chief for three years from 2009. Lucid, which has more than $1 billion investment from Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund, said Weng has retired following his 11-year long tenure with the company.
Bears and bulls remain entrenched in their views on Tesla Inc., and Wall Street appears to be mostly skeptical of the Silicon Valley car maker’s robo-taxi plans.
Peter Rawlinson, who was chief engineer of the Model S when he worked for Tesla Inc., has long been the public face of Lucid, which plans to build electric sedans in 2020 at a factory in Arizona. A lack of funding delayed those efforts until Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund invested more than $1 billion in a deal closed earlier this month. Rawlinson has said he expects the Air model to outperform Tesla’s Model S, which has a 335-mile range when fully charged.
Elon Musk's Tesla is a classic battleground stock involving Wall Street hedge fund shorts; long-term investors; traditional, rich industries like autos and oil that are ripe for disruption; and opposing political views about climate change and the future. Here is a primer on the issues.
“I just keep finding it’s a three-ring circus with the guy. It’s kind of annoying but he’s exciting,” the “Mad Money” host says. “He’s P.T. Barnum. Barnum did pack the seats.”