Tesla has released their Q2 earnings, beating expectations.

  • EPS (non-GAAP): $0.91 vs. $0.80 est.
  • EPS (GAAP): $0.78 vs. $0.68 est.
  • Revenue: $24.97B vs. $24.7B est.
  • GAAP net income: $3.14B
  • GAAP gross margin: 18.2%

 Tesla’s Latest Financial Results: How the Company Performed According to Market Expectations

Tesla, one of the world’s leading electric car manufacturers, released its financial results just after the market close today. While there was much anticipation and speculation about how the company performed, Tesla exceeded market expectations with earnings of $0.91 per share (non-GAAP) and $24.927 billion in revenue during the last quarter.

As expected, Tesla’s gross margins fell slightly to 18.2%, down from the previous quarter’s 19.3%. While this decline was not a surprise, it is worth noting that Tesla still managed to maintain a strong 9.6% operating margin, which is impressive considering the current state of the economy. Furthermore, Tesla was able to add around $700 million to its cash and investment position, which now totals a remarkable $23 billion.


Another noteworthy aspect of Tesla’s latest financial results is the fact that the company saw a significant increase in vehicle delivery numbers. Tesla delivered 201,250 vehicles during the second quarter, an increase of 121% compared to the same period last year. This growth can be attributed to the increasing demand for electric vehicles as more people become aware of the environmental and economic benefits of driving an EV.


Tesla is also making significant progress in expanding its manufacturing capabilities. The company is developing new factories across the world, including its newest Gigafactory in Texas. This factory, which will be the second-largest building globally, will produce Tesla’s Cybertruck, Semi, and Model Y vehicles, among others.

Tesla’s financial report also highlights the company’s ongoing efforts to develop and improve its innovative technologies, such as its Autopilot software. The latest update to Tesla’s Autopilot includes several improvements, such as the ability to detect other cars and bikes in blind spots, reducing risky lane-changing maneuvers. Additionally, Tesla’s FSD (Full Self-Driving) beta program has been launched, which promises to revolutionize the way people drive.

Overall, Tesla’s financial results demonstrate a strong performance in the second quarter of 2021, surpassing market expectations. Despite the ongoing pandemic and the challenges presented by global supply chain disruptions, Tesla has managed to maintain a strong foothold in the EV market, delivering impressive numbers, continuing its expansion, and investing in cutting-edge technology. As the world increasingly moves towards renewable energy and sustainable practices, Tesla’s position as a leader in the industry is solidified.