Tesla held its annual meeting of stockholders at its Austin, Texas factory on Thursday. The meeting invited shareholders to join in person, in addition to over 300,000 viewers who watched the event virtually. The event, livestreamed on Tesla’s YouTube channel, opened with Tesla Chairperson Robyn Denholm noting some of the company's environmental achievements.

The automaker announced preliminary results on the vote, most notably showing that investors approved a 3-for-1 stock split. The other proposals ranged in topic from increased reporting on child labor practices, water reduction, collective bargaining, and the company’s measures to reduce discriminatory practices and improve workplace culture.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced preliminary results of shareholder votes. Final tally of votes will become available within four business days. Musk boasted about Tesla’s Full Self-Driving (FSD) beta 10.13 update. Musk said Tesla is estimating a 2 million-unit production capacity by the end of this year.

Tesla may announce the location of its next Gigafactory by the end of this year, says Musk. Eventually, Tesla hopes to have 10 to 12 Gigaf Factory locations, each with 1.5 to 2 million units in annual production capacity. Tesla produced its 3-millionth EV within the last few weeks.

Elon Musk predicts that Tesla will someday become the most valuable company in the world. He expects to reach high-volume production of the 4680 battery cell by the end of this year. In addition to the aforementioned notes, the Tesla Cyber Roundup saw Musk in his element, covering topics from 3D infrastructure for cities to aliens.
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