Tesla shares have been rallying since the beginning of the year, and hold close to their all-time highs.
Analysts expect the company to lose $US1.14 per share on an adjusted basis on revenue of $US2.13 billion, according to Bloomberg.
Business Insider’s Matthew DeBord says it’s a weird time for the company. Tesla combines a record of quarterly losses with one of missed vehicle launches and of guiding high on deliveries and missing. Yet its market cap of $US44 billion is closing in on Ford’s.
Ahead of the earnings call, investors will be looking at 2017 deliveries guidance, the timing of Tesla’s Model 3 launch, and more information on riding hailing service and Uber competitor Tesla Network.