Tesla’s Tom Zhu Gets Promoted To Second In Command After Elon Musk – Zhu To Head Sales In U.S. And Europe
- Tesla’s chief officer over China has been given a large promotion. Tom Zhu takes over the electric vehicle maker’s U.S. assembly plants and sales operations in North America and Europe.
- Numerous analysts and investors have been calling for Elon Musk to reign in his focus as the CEO has been caught up with other affairs like his purchase of Twitter.
- Tesla recently revealed that they delivered 405,278 vehicles in the fourth quarter of 2022, which was below Wall Street’s estimate as the company’s downfall continues.
Tesla has been in the news over the last few months for various reasons, ranging from the AI Day (where they launched a humanoid robot, sort of) to the antics of CEO Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter.
In the most recent news, Tom Zhu has been promoted to the second-highest position in the company after Elon Musk.
According to a recent exclusive from Reuters, it was revealed that the chief for China, Tom Zhu, was promoted to overseeing Tesla’s U.S. assembly plants and sales operations in North America and Europe. Zhu’s title of Vice President for Greater China has remained the same, and he will be taking on these…
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