Description
Description

Tesla is a brand synonymous with electric vehicles (EVs) and clean energy innovation. Their cars are known for their cutting-edge technology, sleek design, and impressive performance, often outpacing traditional gasoline cars in acceleration. Unique features include autopilot capabilities for semi-autonomous driving, large touchscreen interfaces, and over-the-air software updates that enhance the car over time. Beyond cars, Tesla also delves into sustainable energy solutions with products like solar panels and home battery storage systems, known as Powerwalls. Tesla’s vision extends to transforming transportation and energy consumption towards a more sustainable, electric-powered future.

History
History

Tesla, founded in 2003 by a group of engineers including Elon Musk, aimed to prove that electric vehicles (EVs) could be better than gasoline-powered cars. Starting with the Roadster in 2008, they showed the world EVs could be high-performance and desirable. The Model S, introduced in 2012, was a game-changer with its impressive range and luxury features. Models X and 3 followed, making EVs more accessible and popular. Tesla's journey has seen them evolve from a niche car manufacturer to a leader in the automotive industry, driving the push towards sustainable transportation with their innovative technology and compelling electric vehicles.

Future
Future

Tesla is on a trajectory to redefine transportation. Electric vehicles will likely become more advanced, with longer ranges and faster charging times. Tesla's autopilot feature is expected to evolve, possibly achieving full self-driving capability. Tesla's influence extends beyond cars, with ventures into solar energy and battery storage hinting at a broader vision for sustainable living.

Culturally, Tesla is seen as a status symbol and an embodiment of innovation, likely to maintain this image with stylish designs and cutting-edge technology. With their expansion into new markets and continuous tech advancements, Tesla is set to remain a key player in shaping the automotive and energy landscapes.

Common Questions
Common Questions
What is the average battery life expectancy of a Tesla car?

The average battery life expectancy of a Tesla car is typically around 300,000 to 500,000 miles (482,803 to 804,672 kilometers). Tesla guarantees its batteries with a warranty for 8 years or 100,000 to 150,000 miles (160,934 to 241,401 kilometers), depending on the model, assuring a significant lifespan for the vehicle.

What are the costs associated with owning and maintaining a Tesla?

Owning a Tesla typically involves costs such as the initial purchase price, charging expenses, insurance, and periodic software updates, which are usually free. Maintenance costs tend to be lower than gas-powered cars due to fewer moving parts, but repairs can be expensive, and battery replacements are a significant future cost to consider.

What is Tesla's strategy for expanding into global markets?

Tesla's global expansion strategy includes building Gigafactories for local production, like those in China and Germany, to reduce costs and meet demand. They're also expanding their Supercharger network, investing in local retail and service centers, and adapting their vehicles to meet various regional regulations and consumer preferences.

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Elon Musk
831000
6’2” | 1.88 m
June 28, 1971
Elon Musk
188.000
1971.00
831000
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Elon Musk
6’3” (75”) | 190.5 cm
6’8” (79.8”) | 202.7 cm
19’4” (231.7”) | 588.5 cm
5000-6500 lb | 2267-2948 kg (Estimated)
2021
Tesla Cybertruck
190.500
202.700
588.500
2948.000
2021.00
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Tesla Cybertruck
4'9" | 1.45 m
6'10" | 2.09 m
15’5” | 4.7 m
2018
Tesla Model 3
145.000
209.000
470.000
2018.00
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Tesla Model 3
56.9” | 144.5 cm
7’2” (86.2”) | 218.9 cm
16’4” (196”) | 497 cm
488.3 lb | 2215 kg
2012
Tesla Model S
144.500
218.900
497.000
2215.000
2012.00
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Tesla Model S
66” | 168.4 cm
7’5” (89.4”) | 227.1 cm
16’6” (198.3”) | 503.6 cm
5631 lb | 2554 kg
2015
Tesla Model X
168.400
227.100
503.600
2554.000
2015.00
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Tesla Model X
63.9” | 162.4 cm
7’ (83.8”) | 212.9 cm
15’7” (187”) | 475 cm
4475 lb | 2030 kg
2020
Tesla Model Y
162.400
212.900
475.000
2030.000
2020.00
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Tesla Model Y
44.4” | 112.7 cm
6’1” (72.9”) | 185.1 cm
12’11” (155.4”) | 394.6 cm
2723 lb | 1235 kg
2008-2012
Tesla Roadster (2008)
112.700
185.100
394.600
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Tesla Roadster (2008)
13’ (156”) | 396 cm (Estimated)
8’6” (102”) | 259 cm (Estimated)
20’9” (249”) | 632 cm (Estimated)
25000 lb | 11340 kg (Estimated)
2021
Tesla Semi
396.000
259.000
632.000
11340.000
2021.00
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Tesla Semi
Tesla Model Y
Dimensioned comparison drawing of the Tesla Model Y compared to an average person

The Tesla Model Y is designed to be the safest electric vehicle in its class. It has a low center of gravity, rigid body structure, and large crumple zones that provide unparalleled protection. The Model Y can carry seven passengers and their cargo, and each second row seat folds flat independently; this creates flexible storage for skis, furniture, luggage and more.

The liftgate of the Model Y can open to a low trunk floor which allows for easy and quick loading and unloading. The Model Y is fully electric, so there never needs to be a visit to a gas station again.

Tesla Model Ys have a total length of 15’7” (187” | 475 cm), overall width of 7’ (83.8” | 212.9 cm), and height of 63.9” (162.4 cm). The wheelbase of the Tesla Model Y is 9’6” (113.8” | 289 cm) with a curb weight of 4475 lb (2030 kg).

Set of measured drawings of the Tesla Model Y
The Tesla Model Y is designed to be the safest electric vehicle in its class. It has a low center of gravity, rigid body structure, and large crumple zones that provide unparalleled protection. The Model Y can carry seven passengers and their cargo, and each second row seat folds flat independently.

Tesla Model Ys have a total length of 15’7” (187” | 475 cm), overall width of 7’ (83.8” | 212.9 cm), and height of 63.9” (162.4 cm). The wheelbase of the Tesla Model Y is 9’6” (113.8” | 289 cm) with a curb weight of 4475 lb (2030 kg).

Set of measured drawings of the Tesla Model Y
Tesla Model Y
Height:
63.9” | 162.4 cm
Width:
7’ (83.8”) | 212.9 cm
Length:
15’7” (187”) | 475 cm
Depth:
Weight:
4475 lb | 2030 kg
Area:

Wheelbase: 9’6” (113.8”) | 289 cm

Model
Automaker
Tesla
Year
2020

Drawings include:

Tesla Model Y side elevation, front, back, top

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Tesla Roadster (2008)
Comparison illustration of the size of a Tesla Roadster (2008) to a typical person

The Tesla Roadster is a battery elective vehicle (BEV) that was produced by Tesla in California from 2008 to 2012. It was the first highway legal serial production all-electric car to use lithium-ion battery cells. The Tesla Roadster was also the first car to be launched into orbit; it was carried by a Falcon Heavy rocket in a test flight on 02,06,2018. The vehicle can travel more than 320 kilometers (200 miles) per charge, and it was the first to do so. Tesla sold around 2,500 Roadsters in over 30 countries, and the last few vehicles were sold in Europe and Asia in the fourth quarter of 2012.

The Tesla Roadster (2008) has a total length of 12’11” (155.4” | 394.6 cm), overall width of 6’1” (72.9” | 185.1 cm), and height of 44.4” (112.7 cm). The wheelbase of the Tesla Roadster (2008) is 7’9” (92.6” | 235.2 cm) with a curb weight of 2723 lb (1235 kg).

Series of dimensioned illustrations of the Tesla Roadster (2008)
The Tesla Roadster is a battery elective vehicle (BEV) that was produced by Tesla in California from 2008 to 2012. It was the first highway legal serial production all-electric car to use lithium-ion battery cells. The Tesla Roadster was also the first car to be launched into orbit.

The Tesla Roadster (2008) has a total length of 12’11” (155.4” | 394.6 cm), overall width of 6’1” (72.9” | 185.1 cm), and height of 44.4” (112.7 cm). The wheelbase of the Tesla Roadster (2008) is 7’9” (92.6” | 235.2 cm) with a curb weight of 2723 lb (1235 kg).

Series of dimensioned illustrations of the Tesla Roadster (2008)
Tesla Roadster (2008)
Height:
44.4” | 112.7 cm
Width:
6’1” (72.9”) | 185.1 cm
Length:
12’11” (155.4”) | 394.6 cm
Depth:
Weight:
2723 lb | 1235 kg
Area:

Wheelbase: 7’9” (92.6”) | 235.2 cm

Model
Automaker
Tesla
Year
2008-2012

Drawings include:

Tesla Roadster (2008) side elevation, front, back, top

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Tesla Model X
Scale illustration of an average Tesla Model X with dimensions for height and length compared to a human

The Tesla Model X is an SUV built with safety in mind. The electric vehicle, the body, chassis, restraints, and battery technology provide a very low probability of occupant injury. Of any SUV in its class, the Model X has the most storage room. It can comfortably seat seven adults, and it has the capability to tow up to 5,000 pounds.

The Falcon Wing doors are equipped with sensors that monitor the proximity of surroundings, and this allows parking in the tightest of spaces. The Model X can get anywhere with industry-leading range and convenient charging options all over the world.

Tesla Model Xs have a total length of 16’6” (198.3” | 503.6 cm), overall width of 7’5” (89.4” | 227.1 cm), and height of 66” (168.4 cm). The wheelbase of the Tesla Model X is 9’9” (116.7” | 296.5 cm) with a curb weight of 5631 lb (2554 kg).

Collection of scaled drawings of Tesla Model X with overall dimensions
The Tesla Model X is an SUV built with safety in mind. The electric vehicle, the body, chassis, restraints, and battery technology provide a very low probability of occupant injury. Of any SUV in its class, the Model X has the most storage room. It can comfortably seat seven adults.

Tesla Model Xs have a total length of 16’6” (198.3” | 503.6 cm), overall width of 7’5” (89.4” | 227.1 cm), and height of 66” (168.4 cm). The wheelbase of the Tesla Model X is 9’9” (116.7” | 296.5 cm) with a curb weight of 5631 lb (2554 kg).

Collection of scaled drawings of Tesla Model X with overall dimensions
Tesla Model X
Height:
66” | 168.4 cm
Width:
7’5” (89.4”) | 227.1 cm
Length:
16’6” (198.3”) | 503.6 cm
Depth:
Weight:
5631 lb | 2554 kg
Area:

Wheelbase: 9’9” (116.7”) | 296.5 cm

Model
Automaker
Tesla
Year
2015

Drawings include:

Tesla Model X side elevation, front, back, top

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Tesla Model S
Comparison illustration of the size of a Tesla Model S to a typical person

The Tesla Model S is an electric vehicle built from the ground up. With high-strength architecture and a floor-mounted battery pack, the vehicle allows for incredible impact protection. The all-electric powertrain with Dual Motor All-Wheel Drive, adaptive air suspension, and ludicrous acceleration, delivers unparalleled performance in all weather conditions.

The Model S can get anywhere with industry-leading range and convenient charging options all over the world. The vehicle comes equipped with advanced safety and convenience features to assist with the most burdensome parts of driving. It can seat up to five adults, and the advanced noise engineering and the standard glass roof provide a spacious interior experience.

Tesla Model Ss have a total length of 16’4” (196” | 497 cm), overall width of 7’2” (86.2” | 218.9 cm), and height of 56.9” (144.5 cm). The wheelbase of the Tesla Model S is 9’8.5” (116.5” | 296 cm) with a curb weight of 488.3 lb (2215 kg).

Series of dimensioned illustrations of the Tesla Model S
The Tesla Model S is an electric vehicle built from the ground up. With high-strength architecture and a floor-mounted battery pack, the vehicle allows for incredible impact protection. The all-electric powertrain with Dual Motor All-Wheel Drive, adaptive air suspension, and ludicrous acceleration.

Tesla Model Ss have a total length of 16’4” (196” | 497 cm), overall width of 7’2” (86.2” | 218.9 cm), and height of 56.9” (144.5 cm). The wheelbase of the Tesla Model S is 9’8.5” (116.5” | 296 cm) with a curb weight of 488.3 lb (2215 kg).

Series of dimensioned illustrations of the Tesla Model S
Tesla Model S
Height:
56.9” | 144.5 cm
Width:
7’2” (86.2”) | 218.9 cm
Length:
16’4” (196”) | 497 cm
Depth:
Weight:
488.3 lb | 2215 kg
Area:

Wheelbase: 9’8.5” (116.5”) | 296 cm

Model
Automaker
Tesla
Year
2012

Drawings include:

Tesla Model S side elevation, front, back, top

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Elon Musk
Collection of drawings ofElon Musk in a range of postures with overall height

Elon Musk was born on June 28, 1971 and is an engineer, industrial designer, and technology entrepreneur. He is the founder, CEO, and chief engineer/designer of Space X, co-founder, CEO, and product architect of Tesla, and founder of The Boring Company. He is also co-founder of Neuralink and co-founder and initial co-chairman of OpenAI. In December of 2016 Musk was ranked 21st by Forbes on their list of The World’s Most Powerful People. Musk is the longest tenured CEO of any automotive manufacturer globally. Musk has a net worth of $44.2 billion USD as of February 2020 and is considered the 20th richest person in the world.

Elon Musk has a height of 6’2” (1.88 m).

Elon Musk was born on June 28, 1971 and is an engineer, industrial designer, and technology entrepreneur. He is the founder, CEO, and chief engineer/designer of Space X, co-founder, CEO, and product architect of Tesla, and founder of The Boring Company. Musk has a net worth of $44.2 billion USD.

Elon Musk has a height of 6’2” (1.88 m).

Elon Musk
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6’2” | 1.88 m
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Birthday
June 28, 1971

Drawings include:
Elon Musk front, front (walking), side (walking), front (karate kick)

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