86.3% of Tesla's $21.5 million revenue in 2018 was generated from its automobile segment, 7.2% was derived from energy generation and storage and 6.5% was from other general services.
Total expenses consisted of both cost of revenue and operating expenses, amounting to $21.7 million. Majority of the 'cost of revenue' came from the automotive costs of revenue. The automotive cost also accounted for 65% of the Tesla's total expenses.
Gross Profit and Income
Although Tesla's Gross Profit had increased by 82% in one year, the company still faced a net income loss of nearly $980,000. Over 60% of the 'loss from continuing operations' was due to a high interest expense on the company's borrowings. Higher expenses than revenue also factored into the company's income loss
28% of Tesla's assets were current assets, yet property plant and equipment had the highest asset value at $20 million. 43% of liabilities were current, with the main source of liabilities generated from long term debts. However considering the debt ratio is almost 0.8, it can be stated that most of Tesla's assets are financed through debt.