It can be easy to assume that after months of setbacks and issues that electric car maker Tesla isn't as rock solid as it was once thought to be. Despite some road blocks, it seems as if the company is actually keeping track to their Master Plan.
Thirteen years ago, CEO Elon Musk published Tesla’s Secret Master Plan. “As you know, the initial product of Tesla Motors is a high performance electric sports car called the Tesla Roadster,” he wrote at the time. “However, some readers may not be aware of the fact that our long term plan is to build a wide range of models, including affordably priced family cars. This is because the overarching purpose of Tesla Motors (and the reason I am funding the company) is to help expedite the move from a mine-and-burn hydrocarbon economy towards a solar electric economy, which I believe to be the primary, but not exclusive, sustainable solution”
In short, the goals started with the sports car (Tesla Roadster) and used the funds to build an affordable car, which was the Model S. Today, we also have both the Model X and the affordable Model 3, which starts at just $35,000.
After spending the day with the Model 3, I have to say I’d be hard pressed to justify any other car if you’re in the market for a 35k+ sedan.
— Davis Naff (@notdavisnaff) August 4, 2019
And earlier in 2019, Elon Musk also unveiled the Model Y, but this isn’t all Tesla planned to do or has done. Tesla also wanted to provide zero-emission electric power options for consumers and industry, and it has succeeded in doing this as well. It offers electric batteries for stationary storage, rooftop solar panels, and solar roof tiles.
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