Tesla reports Q1 earnings, quarterly profit falls from $8 billion to $1 billion.

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Tesla, once hailed as a pioneer in the electric vehicle market, finds itself navigating turbulent waters with a 9% revenue decline in the first quarter, marking its sharpest drop since 2012. This setback, attributed to ongoing price reductions and heightened industry rivalry, underscores broader concerns about weakening demand and profitability within the EV sector. As Tesla accelerates efforts to introduce new, more accessible models and optimize production capacity, investors remain on edge, reflecting a precarious moment in the company’s trajectory amidst evolving market dynamics.

  • Tesla reported a 9% drop in revenue in the first quarter, marking its largest decline since 2012, attributed to ongoing price cuts and increased competition.
  • Despite missing analysts’ estimates, Tesla’s earnings per share were 45 cents adjusted, with revenue at $21.30 billion, below the expected $22.15 billion.
  • The company’s automotive revenue declined by 13% year-over-year to $17.34 billion, with net income dropping 55% to $1.13 billion.
  • Tesla aims to accelerate the launch of new, more affordable models to boost demand and utilize existing production capacity fully.
  • The stock, which has plunged more than 40% this year, rose about 5% in extended trading following the earnings report.
  • Tesla’s energy division saw a 7% revenue increase, while services and other revenue rose by 25% compared to the same period last year.
  • Sales growth in the EV sector is slowing, leading to price cuts by Tesla and its competitors, impacting gross profits.
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