Tesla Motors, Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) – Tesla Annual Shareholders Meeting Takeaways: Headquarters To Texas, No Stock Split, Cybertruck And More

Tesla Inc’s (NASDAQ: TSLA) annual shareholders assembly is happening Thursday night.

Under are a few of the fast highlights from the assembly, courtesy of Benzinga Professional.

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  • Tesla Says Shareholders Have Authorized Suggestions From Tesla Board On All Accounts Besides Merchandise 2, Merchandise 5 And Merchandise 6
  • Elon Musk Says Objective Is To Make Car Costs As Reasonably priced As Doable
  • Musk Says ‘As many batteries you wish to produce and promote to us at an reasonably priced value, we’ll purchase’
  • Musk Says Basic Worth Of Tesla Is ‘How rapidly did we speed up sustainable vitality?’
  • Expects To Improve Fremont Output By 50%
  • Musk Says Mannequin Y To Be Greatest-Promoting Car By Quantity By 2023
  • Cybertruck Will Enter Manufacturing In 2022, Will Attain Quantity Manufacturing In 2023
  • Expects Roadster To Additionally Start Manufacturing In 2023
  • Musk Says Firm Is Not Considering Inventory Cut up And No Plans To Provide Dividends
  • Musk Says Would possibly Begin Scouting For Places For One other Manufacturing unit ‘Subsequent 12 months’
  • Musk Says, Ultimately, Tesla Will Make All Variants Of Automobiles, Says ‘Why not?’
  • Firm Will Transfer Headquarters To Austin, Texas

Tesla’s inventory closed Thursday’s session up 1.4% at $793.61.

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