Tesla, one of the most popular brands of EVs on the market (or at least the brand that seemingly started it all), has always had a thorn in its side: It’s own CEO, Elon Musk. Having always been a drama queen on Twitter, Musk has continually exposed his true self as someone that entertains the thought of Trump being a good guy (and his recent decision to “support” Russia by not supporting Ukraine because Russia surely can’t lose?). I obviously don’t like Elon Musk, but it certainly seems his company Tesla is in danger. He recently (2 weeks ago) laid off 10% of its global workforce. But now he’s done even more layoffs in the past 24 hours. This article from The Verge lays it all out; here’s an excerpt from there.

Barely two weeks after initiating layoffs for at least 14,000 staffers, Tesla is now reportedly laying off hundreds more — including senior executives and the majority of its Supercharging team. According to an email first reported by The Information and then Electrek, the automaker’s senior director of EV charging Rebecca Tinucci is leaving the company on Tuesday, alongside most of the 500-person team she oversaw. Tesla’s head of the new vehicles program, Daniel Ho, is also out along with his team. These cuts come in addition to the recent 10 percent workforce reduction — and Musk’s email leaves room for more.

Losing 10% of your entire work force, senior executives and the majority of the people that manage Tesla’s proprietary charging system is not a good sign whatsoever. I don’t know about you but the charging infrastructure that support EVs, especially Teslas, is kind of important. With the EV market as competitive as it is, with powerful and affordable options coming from Kia (I’m eying the EV6) and many others, I wouldn’t be sad if Tesla goes under.