Tesla is more than an Automotive Manufacturer, it is a technology firm with a mission to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable energy. Since its inception in 2003, Tesla has spearheaded not only the building of all-electric vehicles but also scalable clean energy products. Tesla’s stint in the automobile sector exemplifies that all-electric cars can be better, quicker and more fun-to-drive than conventional gasoline-powered vehicles.

The first Roadster, launched in 2008 unveiled Tesla’s cutting-edge battery technology and electric powertrain. Tesla has not looked back since then and has expanded the product lineup with each car being the best in its class across categories. The Tesla examples have set a new stage for the 21st-century modern cars with an exceptional range of any electric vehicle and over-the-air software updates that make it better over time. The year 2016 marked the completion of CEO Elon Musk’s “Secret Master Plan” with the introduction of Model 3, an affordable and high-volume electric vehicle. It is just the beginning as Tesla continues to build its most affordable car yet. Although all that glitter is not gold, Tesla vehicles are under speculations for bad build quality and centralization of everything under Tesla delimits the flexibility.

Tesla factory in Fremont, California and a new manufacturing presence in China seem to be expanding the production to further accelerate the advent of clean transport with accessibility and affordability at its heart. The technology giant also takes social responsibility into account and want to achieve the goal of having the safest factories in the world.