Tesla, which was established in 2003, is the leading producer of electric vehicles in the US. Under the direction of multibillionaire CEO Elon Musk, the carmaker revolutionized the market with its cutting-edge Gigafactory, Model S sedan, Model X SUV, Model 3 mass-market vehicle, and, shortly, Model Y compact SUV and unusual Cybertruck pickup truck. On the way to achieving that position as a leader, the company also went through a lot of growing pains, including as public disagreements with government organizations. Additionally, it frequently receives criticism for its technology, manufacturing problems, and employee treatment. The Verge covers all of Tesla's product introductions and goals, including the development of autonomous vehicles and methods for storing and generating energy.

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