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Tesla motors ppt


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Tesla motors ppt

  1. 1. TESLA MOTORS By: Derek Aasre
  2. 2. TESLA MOTORS Tesla Motors, Inc. is a Silicon Valley-based company that designs, manufactures and sells electric cars and electric vehicle power train components.
  3. 3. ELON MUSK Elon Musk, an American engineer and entrepreneur of South African- Canadian heritage, is the CEO and founder of Tesla Motors Best known for co- founding PayPal, and Tesla Motors.
  4. 4. HISTORY TESLA MOTORS was founded in 2003 by a group of intrepid Silicon Valley engineers who set out to prove that electric vehicles could be awesome. The Tesla Roadster hit the streets in early 2008 as a car with no equal. Two years later, over 1,650 Roadsters drive emissions-free in more than 31 countries.
  5. 5. CORPORATE STRATEGY AND GOALS One of Teslas stated goals is to increase the number and variety of EVs available to mainstream consumers in three ways: 1. Sells its own vehicles. 2. Sell patented electric powertrain components to other automakers so that they may get their own EVs(Electric vehicles) to customers sooner. 3. Serves as a catalyst and positive example to other automakers, demonstrating that there is pent-up consumer demand for vehicles that are both high-performance and efficient.
  6. 6. TESLA CAR MODELS Tesla Roadster •Both cars are powered by lithium ion battery cells. •They have both have a driven range of 300 miles. •The Tesla Roadster is now being sold for over $100,000 while the Model S will be sold for $60,000.Tesla Model S •Charging adapters can be plugged in to any household outlet. •There most high efficient charging adapter has a charging rate of 56 miles range per hour. The average driver
  7. 7. PARTNERSHIPSAs part of its collaboration with Mercedes-Benz, Tesla isbuilding electric powertrain components for the Mercedes A-Class E-Cell, an electric car with a range of 124 milesTesla Motors and Toyota announced in July 2010 thatthe two companies have signed an agreement to initiatethe development of a second generation of thecompact Toyota RAV4 EV.