TESLA International Company
Tesla INC is an American electric vehicle and clean energy company based in palo alto california tesla current products include electric cars battery energy storage from home to grid scale solar panels and solar roof tiles as well as other related products and services. tesla is ranked as the world best selling plug in and bettery electric passenger car manufacturer with market share of 20% of the plug in segment in segment and 23% of the battery electric segment 2021 sales through its subsidiary solarcity, tesla develops and is a major installer of solar photovoltaic systams in the united states .tesla is also one of the largest global suppliers of battery energy storage systems with 3 GWh of battery storage in 2021 and has installed some of the largest battery storage plants in the world.
FOUNDED in July 2003 AS TESLA motors the company ‘s name is a tribute to inventor and electrical engineer nikola tesla .Elon musk who contributed most of the funding in the early days has served as CEO since 2008 according to musk the purpose of tesla is to help expedite the move to sustainable transport and energy obtained
through electric vehicles and solar power tesla began production of their first car model the ROADSTER in 2009 this was followed by the model S sedan in 2012 the model X SUV in 2015 and the higher volume model 3 seden in 2017 the model 3 is the world’s all time best selling plug in electric car with more than 800,000 delivered through December 2020 tesla global vehicle sales were 499,550 units in 2020 a 35.8% increase over the previous
year in 2020 the company surpassed the 1 million mark of electric cars produced tesla has been the subject of numerous lawsuits and controversies arising from statement and acts of CEO Elon musk allegations of whistleblower retaliation alleged worker rights violations and allegedly unresolved and dangerous technical problems with their products.
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