From Elon Musk to “everybody”, that’s how Tesla CEO addresses his mails to the employees. A pair of emails that Mr. Musk sent to Tesla workers in the first week of October, obtained by CNBC.
Updated of today, 30, November 2021, in a leaked email, obtained by Space Explored and confirmed by CNBC, SpaceX CEO, Elon Musk said that the lack of progress towards the company’s Raptor engines puts the company in danger and at a “genuine risk of bankruptcy.”
“Unfortunately, the Raptor production crisis is much worse than it had seemed a few weeks ago,” Musk said. “As we have dug into the issues following the exiting of prior senior management, they have unfortunately turned out to be far more severe than was reported. There is no way to sugarcoat this.”
On the 19th of November, more leaked emails were revealed, which showed Elon Musk as a different character. Managers who can’t commit “will be asked to resign immediately,” Musk said.
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Elon Musk other leaked email
The other mail was nicer, Subj. Music in the Factory. Elon Musk said he doesn’t mind if the workers used earbuds to listen to music during work. On condition to had one earbud out for safety reasons.
“I very much support music in the factory, as well as any little touches that make work more enjoyable,” he said.
Musk also sent an email to the new employees at the Berlin Gigafactory to encourage them. He shared his optimistic views, suggesting that if Tesla runs well, the company stock price can reach $3,000.
Meanwhile, Tesla announced that during the third quarter of 2021, it delivered a record 241,300 vehicles. Plus a “Full Self Driving Beta” was launched but put on hold for safety concerns.
It isn’t the first time we heard about leaked emails sent from the SpaceX CEO. Musk is well known for his spontaneous and alternative corporate communication style. Since he shares all his thoughts and the latest news about his job and life on Twitter.