Rivian signage on the Nasdaq on their IPO day, November 10, 2021 in New York.
Shares of Rivian Automotive tumbled in after-hours buying and selling Thursday after the corporate missed Wall Road’s fourth-quarter earnings expectations and forecast a modest enhance in car manufacturing for 2022.
Shares of the automaker had been down by greater than 14%, after earlier hitting a brand new 52-week low Thursday.
Rivian stated it expects to supply 25,000 electrical vehicles and SUVs this 12 months, as the electrical car start-up battles by means of provide chain constraints and inside manufacturing snags. It stated reservations for its autos have reached about 83,000 as of March 8, up from 71,000 in December.
“Within the quick time period, we aren’t resistant to the provision chain points which have challenged your entire trade. These points, which we consider will proceed by means of no less than 2022, have added a layer of complexity to our manufacturing ramp-up,” the corporate stated in a letter to shareholders Thursday.
The rise in manufacturing will come alongside an working lack of $4.75 billion and capital expenditures of $2.6 billion this 12 months, the corporate forecasted Thursday when reporting its fourth-quarter outcomes.
Here is how Rivian carried out, in contrast with analysts’ estimates as compiled by Refinitiv:
- Adjusted loss per share: $2.43 vs. $1.97 a share anticipated
- Income: $54 million vs. $60 million anticipated
For 2022, Refintiv consensus estimates put Rivian’s full-year adjusted loss per share at $4.97 and income at about $3.16 billion. Rivian didn’t disclose a income forecast.
Shares of Rivian, which went public in November, are down about 60% this 12 months, after the corporate missed manufacturing targets for 2021.
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