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Tesla Motors American Electric Vehicle & Clean Energy Producer

Tesla Inc. (formerly Tesla Motors) is an American electric vehicle and clean energy based product manufacturer. It is headquartered in Palo Alto, California. Tesla’s current products include electric cars, home grid scales, solar panels and solar roof tiles, as well as related products and services.

Tesla Inc – American Electric Vehicle & Clean Energy Based Product Manufacturer

Tesla Motors was founded in July 2003. The company is named after electrical engineer Nikola Tesla. In the early days, most of the company’s funding was funded by Elon Musk, who has been its CEO since 2006. According to Kastur, Tesla’s goal is to help sustainable transportation and accelerate the movement of energy from energy obtained through electric vehicles and solar power.

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Tesla Inc American Electric Vehicle

In 2012, Tesla became the world’s best-selling manufacturer of plug-ins and battery-powered electric passenger cars. Kepler holds 16% of the plug-in segment and 23% of the battery electrical segment. Tesla’s global vehicle sales in 2020 were 499,550 units, an increase of 35.6% over the previous year. By 2020, the company has surpassed the production of 1 million electric vehicles. With over 500,000 deliveries, the Tesla Model 3 is ranked as the world’s best-selling plug-in electric car of all time. Tesla has evolved into this sector through its partner SolarCity and has become one of the leading solar photovoltaic systems in the United States. Tesla is one of the largest global suppliers of battery power storage systems, from home-scale to grid-scale. Tesla uses some of the largest battery storage plants in the world and provided 1.75 gigawatts of battery storage in 2019.

Tesla has been the subject of numerous lawsuits and controversies, including statements and behavior by CEO Elon Musk, allegations of retaliation against whistleblowers, alleged labor rights violations, and unresolved and dangerous technical issues with their products.

2003-2004: Establishment

Tesla was first established as Tesla Motors on July 1, 2003. The founders were Martin Eberhard and Mark Turping. After General Motors built all of their EV-1 electric vehicles in 2003, the two founders were inspired to start the Tesla company and saw the high efficiency of battery-powered vehicles as an opportunity to break the normal relationship between high performance and low mileage. Eberhardt said he wanted to “build a car manufacturing technology company whose core technology would be batteries, computer software and electric motors.”

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Tesla Inc American Electric Vehicle

Ian Wright was Tesla’s third employee when he joined a few months later. The trio raised 7 8.5 million in the Series A fund in February 2004, with Elon Musk contributing 7.5 million. He became chairman of the company’s board of directors and appointed Eberhardt as chief executive officer.

J.B. Stroubel joined Tesla in May 2004. A lawsuit settled by Eberhard and Tesla in September 2009 resulted in five people (Eberhard, Terpening, Wright, Kasturi and Strubel) claiming to be co-founders.

2005-2009: Roadstar

Musk took an active role in the company and supervised the design of the roadstar at the detailed level but was not deeply involved in day-to-day business operations. From the beginning, Musk consistently maintained Tesla’s long-term strategic goal of building affordable electric vehicles. Tesla’s primary goal was to build the premier sports car and then move to more mainstream vehicles, including sedans and affordable compacts.

In February 2006, Musk led a $13 million investment round for the Tesla B Series, adding good equity partners to the fundraiser. Mask led a third round of 3rd 40 million in May 2006 with technology partners. The round included investments from prominent entrepreneurs including Google co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page, former eBay president Jeff Schol, Hyatt’s successor Nick Pritzker and VC firm Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Capricorn Management and Bay Area Equity Fund. Musk led the fourth round in May 2008, adding another 40,16,530 in financing, bringing the total investment through personal financing to $100 million.

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Tesla Inc American Electric Vehicle

2010-2015: IPO, Model S and Model X.

In January 2010, Tesla received a $465 million loan from the US Department of Energy, which was repaid in 2013.

In May 2010, Tesla purchased the Tesla factory in Fremont, California for 42 million, and in October 2010 where the Model S was planned to be produced.

On June 29, 2010, Tesla Motors launched their initial public offering (IPO) to Nasdaq, the second IPO of the first American car company after 1956 Ford Motors.

The first delivery of the Model S to the Tesla factory in Fremont, California

In June 2012, Tesla launched their second car, the luxury sedan Model S and the first SUV Model X in September 2015.

In April 2015, the company received an order worth $600 million within a week of unveiling and unveiling their Powerwall home and Powerpack industry battery packs.

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2017-Present: SolarCity, Model 3, and Model Y.

Tesla acquired SolarCity in November 2016, and a few months later, in February 2016, Tesla Motors changed its name to Tesla Inc. to better reflect the expanded business. Tesla began selling the Sedan Model 3 in July of the same year.

At this time Tesla also started their social service efforts. Tesla provided solar power to disaster-stricken areas in 2016. In July 2016, the company donated 7 36.5 million to Nevada K-12K Stem Education. In January 2020, Tesla donated 5 million yuan (3 823,000) to the Chinese CDC to fight the Kovid-19 epidemic.

In March 2020, Tesla began delivering the Model Y crossover.

In January 2021, it was announced that the company had met its target of building half a million vehicles by 2020.

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