Tesla Inc. (TSLA), the company that has seen record profits and sales in recent years, is now facing

problems. Tesla Inc. (TSLA) recently reported its first sequential decline of auto production in nine quarters due to

supply chain disruptions. The top executive responsible for the company's troubled Autopilot program has resigned.

Elon Musk, Tesla's Chief Executive Officer (CEO), is currently involved in a bitter legal battle with Twitter Inc.

(TWTR), based on his plans to walk away from the $44 billion deal to buy the company. These developments could

further disrupt Tesla's business as the global economy slows. When Tesla reports its earnings for the second

quarter of FY 2022, on July 20, 2022, investors will be interested in how Tesla navigates these difficulties. Analysts

anticipate that both adjusted earnings per share and revenue will rise rapidly, but at a slower rate than in the

previous-year quarter. Investors already have one key metric: quarterly vehicle production numbers. These are

early indicators of earnings and revenues. This information was already provided by Tesla earlier in the month.