1. Elon Musk has been with the company since 2004-

Musk joined the company in the year 2004 where led the company’s investment round and chaired the company’s BOD. He also worked as the company’s controlling investor by personally funding the majority of series A capital investment with about $7.5 million. As he became the face of the upcoming famous Tesla, his relationship with the founders sparked a legal battle that was settled out of court.


  1. Long road trips across the country is not a problem-

Driving an EV is very comforting but when it is the time to plug in the car for those who rely on the EV for the long trips cannot just slip into garages to recharge their vehicles. The company has tried to avoid the problem by placing about 1332 stations which are equipped with more than 10,000 superchargers around the world. The cost of using these stations incorporated into the price of the car when you are buying it, and it is very convenient. The company even gives maps to the travelers so they can find where to recharge.

  1. Choosing the Tesla name took a lot of time-
lot of time

The company’s name was given in honor of Nikola Tesla, who is a Serbian inventor and an engineer who developed the very first modern alternating current motor. On the first versions of the Tesla motors website the company’s leaders announced “without the belief of Tesla’s vision, our car would not be possible. The co-founder of the company selected the name after struggling for months in an idea that is then-girlfriend sounded appropriate. They decided the name over dinner when he suggested Tesla as the company name.

  1. The batteries make all the difference in this new world-

There many electric cars in the present market, varying from Nissan Leaf to the new Mercedes Benz B class, but the company won over the customers with its unique blend of power and its range. The reason behind this was that other manufacturers used a specialized large format lithium-ion cell. The company’s battery pack is made of thousands of inexpensive commodity cells that is similar to the ones in the laptop, but more refined. There are more than a billion of these cells produced in a year for all kind of industry, meaning their design and its performance has a lot of fierce competitive pressures in the market.

  1. Elon Musk is not an original Tesla founder-

Even though Elon Musk is known as the company’s CEO and the product architect, the firm existed before he got involved. Tesla was started in the year 2003 by Martin Eberhard and Marc Trapenning in an attempt to solve a real problem, that is the dependence of oil. They decided to build a beautiful, yet expensive aspirational car to improve green cars and ease them. The team spent about three years developing the product and also seeking new capital.