Tesla Motors Q2 earnings: What to watch

|About: Tesla Motors (TSLA)|By:, SA News Editor

Analysts expect the Tesla Motors (TSLA -3.4%) to report a loss of $0.20 per share and $384.4M in revenue.

An update on production will be closely scrutinized. Last month, CEO Elon Musk said a run rate of 400 cars a week was a "walk in the park," but Tesla's share price appears to be already factoring in mass production in the near future.

Musk is likely to face some question on the potential impact of rule changes with ZEV credits. It's a good bet the exec will also brush aside any concerns over BMW's entry into the EV market.