Tesla driver auto-parks vehicle from office and Elon Musk approves


Missing production forecasts is not uncommon but the regulators are investigating whether Tesla's were deliberately misleading.

"To our knowledge no government agency in any ongoing investigation has concluded that any wrongdoing occurred", Tesla said.

Shortly after commenting, Musk announced that the parking upgrade will be ready in around six weeks and will be a software upgrade available to all Teslas produced in the past two years.

"Aside from the settlement with the SEC relating to Mr. Musk's statement that he was considering taking Tesla private, there have not been any developments in these matters that we deem to be material", the company wrote in the filing. The 47-year-old opened up about his firm's expansion plans after a user responded to a tweet in which Musk had revealed that Tesla and Panasonic are together the largest producer of batteries for electric vehicles in the world.

Política: Llegan U$S 1.850 millones para asistencia social, en momento clave
Mientras que los U$S 450 millones restantes son un financiamiento adicional para un proyecto de desarrollo para niños y jóvenes . El primer préstamo de 500 millones de dólares ayudará a cubrir las necesidades presupuestarias del país.

Department of Justice prosecutors have also asked for the company to provide information about production numbers, according to Tesla, although it stopped short of issuing a formal subpoena.

Tesla on Friday was hit with a subpoena by the Securities and Exchange Commission, which is probing projections the electric carmaker made for Model 3 production rates previous year. It didn't hit the 5,000-a-week target until June 2018.

He added: "It could have been that they were so keen to rush cars off the production line that they pulled out all the stops to hit their targets to keep investors happy and make a profit and this is the effect".

Elon Musk called it "cool".