Tesla received a subpoena in December from the Securities and Exchange Commission asking the electric-car maker to turn over information about its financial data and contracts, the company said in a filing with the agency on Thursday.
In the filing, Tesla also said the S.E.C. had closed a separate investigation into projections and statements the company made in 2017 about production rates of its Model 3 sedan.
It said the scope covered by the December subpoena included “Tesla’s regular financing arrangements.”
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