Tesla Worldwide Debut of Model X

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Tesla Motors just announced its fourth-quarter financial results, and it reported a net loss that was a bit wider than expected.

But importantly, the company reached its production goal of 400 Model S cars a week, which it needed to hit to break even.

And now, Tesla even expects togenerate “slightly positive” net income in Q1 2013.

This would be its first-ever profitable quarter since its IPO.

Here’s a look at how the company got here.

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By Mamta Badkar