Tesla Inc. has long been a pioneer in the electric vehicle (EV) industry, and its innovations continue to send shockwaves through the financial world. Recent predictions by analysts at Morgan Stanley suggest that Tesla’s Dojo supercomputer could be the catalyst for a massive $500 billion surge in the company’s market value. This article delves into the details of this remarkable prediction and the potential impact of Dojo on Tesla’s future.
According to sources familiar with the matter as reported by The Wall Street Journal, China has recently implemented a ban on the use of iPhones by central government officials. This ban has been communicated to staff members through various means, such as chat groups or meetings.
Tesla, the renowned electric car manufacturer, has finally made a significant stride towards the realization of its futuristic Cybertruck. The company announced via a tweet on Saturday that its first Cybertruck had been built at the Gigafactory located near Austin, Texas. This achievement comes after a four-year delay, as the prototype was originally unveiled in 2019 with production expected to commence in late 2021.
Tesla Inc is reportedly in the process of acquiring Wiferion, a German-based wireless charging company, which could potentially pave the way for Tesla to introduce wireless home charging solutions in the future. The acquisition is expected to be completed through Tesla International BV, a subsidiary of Tesla Inc. based in the Netherlands.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has expressed his intentions to invest in India “as soon as humanly possible” following a meeting with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in New York. Musk’s push into the Indian market has been in the works for some time, with plans to sell Tesla cars in the country initially announced back in 2017. However, the plan faced delays due to negotiations over import duties with the Indian government.
Tesla has been known for its innovative products, including electric cars and rockets, but not for smartphones. However, the rumors about Tesla producing a smartphone have been around for a long time, and the company has finally announced that it will be launching its first-ever smartphone, the Tesla Pi 5G, in 2023.
A nine-person jury was seated Tuesday to hear whether Tesla CEO Elon Musk defrauded investors by claiming in 2018 tweets that he had secured financing to take the electric automaker private. In the case of Tesla, Musk’s tweets fueled a stock price rally that abruptly ended a week later when it became clear that Musk did not have the funding for a buyout after all.