One of Tesla Inc.'s top manufacturing executives has left the electric-car company, according to a Business Insider report Oct. 17.
Gilbert Passin, who was Tesla's vice president of manufacturing for almost nine years, is no longer with the company, Business Insider reported, citing a source familiar with the situation.
Passin changed his LinkedIn profile to say he worked at Tesla from January 2010 to September 2018.
He helped launch Tesla's Model S car from 2010-2013, according to his LinkedIn page.
On Oct. 15, the Information, a tech news site, published a Tesla organizational chart that reportedly did not include Passin.
Other Tesla executives have left in recent months, including the automaker's chief people officer and chief accounting officer, according to Reuters.
Tesla did not immediately respond to requests for comment from S&P Global Market Intelligence.