Tesla Motors stock popped more than 3 percent on Monday after Elon Musk teased his "top secret" Tesla master plan on Twitter the day before.
The electric carmaker's CEO said he will be tacking on a part two to his original post titled "The Secret Tesla Motors Master Plan," originally published a decade ago. There is no indication of what the post, scheduled to be released later this week, will contain.
Tesla hit a bumpy road these past few weeks, first when it announced news that a driver had died in a crash linked to the heavily marketed autopilot function. Then the company missed its car delivery target for the second quarter in a row because of production challenges, making the automaker likely to fall beneath its annual target.
Shares of Silicon Valley-based Tesla closed at $224.78 on Monday. The stock has dropped more than 6 percent so far this year.
TSLA year to date: