Two Tesla executives departing due to Musk’s aggressive cost-cutting and downsizing efforts, says report.

Recently, there have been reports indicating that two senior executives are leaving Tesla as CEO Elon Musk strives to streamline the company’s workforce. The departed executives are Senior Director of EV Charging Rebecca Tinucci and Director of Vehicle Programs and New Product Introduction (NPI) Daniel Ho. Tinucci has been with Tesla for over 6 years, while Ho has been with the company for more than 10 years.

In addition to the executives, their teams are reportedly impacted by Musk’s workforce reduction efforts. This could involve around 500 workers from the Tesla Supercharger team, as well as the public policy team previously led by former executive Rohan Patel. These departures highlight Musk’s determination to make significant cuts to the company’s headcount and expenses.

While some executives are reportedly taking these measures seriously, others have yet to fully embrace them. Tinucci and Ho’s exits represent the most recent high-level departures from the electric vehicle manufacturer.

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