Tesla's current deliveries record is 112,000 vehicles in the fourth quarter of 2019.
"This is the most number of vehicles per day that we've ever had to deliver", he added. According to the CEO Elon Musk, it's actually extremely important that people keep the whole factory output just as high as possible throughout the last 10 days remaining. "This is vital for the California market".
The end of the quarter is approaching and as usual, Tesla is in the middle of a series of deliveries in order to improve its financial statements for the quarter.
Tesla's vast Gigafactory in China was responsible for rolling out more than 50,000 vehicles in the first six months of the year.
"Overall, we expect news flow with the event will be positive, but given there is so much hype behind the company, it is unlikely to drive a material move in the stock in either direction, in our view". Still, Tesla remains below its August 31 record high close.
Here's the full e-mail from Musk to Tesla employees.
If talks are positive the firm is likely to set up its research centre in Bengaluru
Batteries make electric cars cost more than gasoline-powered ones, so the ability to produce low-priced, long-lasting batteries could put Tesla cars on a more equal footing and help usher in mainstream acceptance. However, it looks like the company might finally get a chance to leverage the opportunity that the growing Indian market provides, by setting up an R&D center in the state of Karnataka, ET reports.
If this follows through, then India would be the second country outside the USA to have a Tesla research centre.
Some are bullish on innovation: UBS analyst Patrick Hummel, quoted in recent Reuters coverage, suggests new dry electrode cell technology could help speed manufacturing and lower costs for battery production.
"We believe the company is getting closer to announcing the million mile battery at this highly anticipated event", Ives wrote in a note to investors.
The consensus estimate of Tesla's third-quarter delivery from Wall Street analysts was 121,000 cars as of last week. The mean typical rate target is $305, which is 31% listed below Friday's close.
Underscoring many investors' concerns that Tesla's stock has become overvalued, it is trading at about 150 times expected earnings over the next 12 months, about double its five year average, according to Refinitiv.