The Ratings Agency, Moody’s, upgraded Tesla Inc’s debt rating by two notches to Ba1 from Ba3 on Monday maintaining its expectations that the company will keep its position as the leading battery EV manufacturer.
Moody’s affirmed in a note that Tesla’s outlook remains positive and the company will continue to increase its scale rapidly and improve its profitability notably. A more competitive offering of battery electric vehicles by other automakers could start to exert some pressure on the company’s margins in 2023. – Moody’s added.
Earlier this month, Tesla announced that deliveried 308,600 vehicles in Q4, setting a new record during the last Quarter. In 2021, Tesla delivered a total of 936,172 vehicles in 2021, crushing all the expectations.
During Q4 2020, the company delivered about 181,000 vehicles and Wall Street was looking for about 176,000 vehicles to be delivered at the time of the release. The result was about a 3% beat versus expectations. This quarter, Wall Street expectations were on 275,000 units, which means Tesla beat by more than 12%.
Moody’s expect that Tesla will deliver nearly 1.4 million vehicles in 2022, up from about 936,000 in 2021.
Tesla will have the Earnings Call next Wednesday after the Closing Bell with product updates being expected from Tesla’s CEO, Elon Musk.
The newly designed CyberTruck have been showned by insiders during the last days and it is already confirmed by the Twitter user Joe Tegtmeyer that the model is already in Texas for the Earnings Call.
Joe Tegtmeyer revealed today footage using his drone of the Tesla Cybertruck arriving at the factory. Tesla has been working on updates to the Cybertruck to get it ready for production, which is expected to begin before the end of the year. Over the weekend, the new images of a seemingly updated Cybertruck surfaced, and it became clear from Tegetmeyer’s latest video that the updated alpha prototype has reportedly arrived Giga Nevada for the Earnings presentation.