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A lot of different things happened with Tesla last week.
First, there was the new over-the-air software update for Model 3 owners. Then Telsa dropped the price of the Tesla Model 3 Dual Motor and Performance variants. It also tweaked some of the charges for its data connection service as of July 1, and sent email to all remaining Model 3 reservation holders in North America, inviting them to configure their car.
It also managed to produce just over 5,000 Tesla Model 3 electric cars last week, hitting the 5,000 car per week target it’s managed to miss twice.
But why was there so much going on a Tesla last week? And what does it mean for the company?
It’s all to do with financials and the end of the quarter.
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