On June 30, according to foreign media reports,On June 29, 2010, Tesla, an electric vehicle manufacturer, landed on NASDAQ. At present, Tesla has been listed on Nasdaq for more than 10 years. After listing, Tesla's share price has also risen sharply. The current share price is nearly 60 times of the original issue price.When it listed on NASDAQ 10 years ago, Tesla issued 13.3 million shares at a price of $17 per share and raised $226 million.
At the time of its launch in 2010, Tesla's electric vehicles for Volkswagen had not yet been launched. Only Tesla Roadster, an electric sports car, was launched. However, since its launch, Tesla has successively launched model s, model x, model 3, electric truck semi, cross-border sports multi-purpose vehicle model y and electric pickup cybertruck, with more and more models.
At the time of listing, Tesla did not have a large vehicle production plant. However, in the documents submitted to the US Securities and Exchange Commission at that time, they disclosed that they had reached an agreement with the joint venture of General Motors and Toyota to acquire Fremont factory, which later became the assembly plant of Tesla electric vehicles, and it is currently the largest output of Tesla In the assembly plant with the largest number of vehicle models. In addition to Fremont's assembly plant, Tesla has invested in the construction of a super factory in Nevada. The super factory in Shanghai has also been put into operation. This year, large-scale construction is under way, and the Berlin super factory has also started construction.
With more electric vehicles and more factories launched, Tesla has made more and more achievements in electric vehicles. At present, four electric vehicles, model s, model x, model 3 and model y, have been successfully put into production. Last year, the output and delivery of electric vehicles exceeded 300000, both reaching a new high.
The outstanding performance of electric vehicles after the listing also contributed to the sharp rise in Tesla's stock price.
Tesla's stock price was $1009.35 at the close of the U.S. stock market on Monday, 10 years after its listing, up $49.61, or 5.17%, from $959.74 at the end of the previous trading day.
It closed at $1009.35 on Monday, which was $992.35 higher than the offering price of $17 when it was listed 10 years ago, nearly 60 times the original offering price, and its market value is as high as 187.2 billion US dollars.