Elon Musk: Tesla breaking even in 2Q will be 'tight' due to coronavirus
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As the second quarter comes to a close, Tesla CEO Elon Musk is asking employees to go "all-out" to help the company break even despite 'tight' odds due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a report by the Associated Press.
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In an email to the company’s workers Monday, Musk reportedly wrote that it “really makes a difference for every car you build and deliver.”
In the first quarter, Tesla produced almost 103,000 vehicles and delivered approximately 88,400 vehicles. Tesla's model 3 and Y vehicles accounted for more than 87,000 of the vehicles produced and more than 76,000 of its deliveries while the model X and S accounted for more than 15,000 of its produced vehicles and more than 12,000 of its deliveries.
A spokesperson from Tesla did not immediately return FOX Business' request for comment on the email.