The move continues a trend of tech companies leaving Silicon Valley and relocating to other tech hubs, such as Seattle and Boston. It also gives Texas another major boost in the tech industry — already home to Salesforce, Facebook and Google — as well as the state’s lead over California for Tesla’s favor.

Austin has been lobbying for years for a Tesla HQ2 given the city is named after the company’s founder, Elon Musk. In fact, Musk himself acknowledged his birthplace at SXSW in March with a “Hey yo” from an electric car he drove onto stage during his keynote interview with Neil DeGrasse Tyson.

CA lost $1.32 trillion in 10 yrs because of unfunded pension/bonds. Even worse, CA is ranked 50th out of 50 in high school exit exam scores and US 4th in child poverty. — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) April 13, 2018

Musk tweeted Thursday that after taking stock of what he called “long-term manufacturing” and other considerations, he had decided the company will remain on the West Coast. He thanked Texas for leading the country in population growth and economic expansion, adding that he hopes to “do more there.” https://www.bizjournals.com/sanantonio/news/2018/04/13/tesla-will-move-its-headquarters-to-austin.html

Tesla’s Car Line May Become Fewer Than 7,000 Units in 2018

The model year for Tesla’s electric cars will have the lowest production volume ever for an automaker in California, according to a reliable analyst who has checked the company’s supply chain.

Tesla will make fewer than 7,000 Model 3 sedans this year, said Jeremy Anwyl, CEO of car research site Edmunds.com.

Tesla has been an influential force in the electric car industry for over a decade, and as of 2018 is the world’s most profitable automobile company. The company’s future looks promising with a projected annual revenue of $3 billion by 2020. Tesla’s presence can be seen all over the world, though they have their roots in Silicon Valley. Check out our post about Tesla to learn more about what makes them so special!

Tesla has been an established force in the electric car industry for over a decade now and as of 2018 is currently one of the most profitable automobile companies, with projected annual revenue expected to be around $3billion by 2020. Tesla’s presence can be seen all over the world, while having their roots in Silicon Valley – one of the biggest tech hubs in the United States.

Origin Story

Tesla was founded in 2003 by a group of engineers led by Elon Musk. The company was set up with a goal to commercialize the then-new technology that would open up a new era of automobile design and production. In 2004, Tesla launched their first car, Roadstar which had been designed from the ground up to take advantage of electric car designs and were built for speed. The Roadstar did not sell very well and did not generate much revenue for Tesla since it was never intended to be a main source of income.

Learn more about Tesla’s history and how they got to be where they are now: Tesla: The History of the Electric Car Company!

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Tesla:Silicon Valley Source:Teslarati.com

Tesla then shifted focus to creating what would become their most iconic car, the Model S sedan.  The Model S was released in 2012 and is now the company’s most popular model. The Model S has all-wheel drive as well as a high-performance motor able to go from zero to sixty miles per hour in just under 4 seconds. The company released their first mass market auto, the Model 3, in 2017 and has already sold over 250,000 units worldwide with over 1 million more pre-orders.

Tesla & SpaceX

Tesla Motors was founded by Elon Musk, with the intention of commercializing electric vehicles. Tesla has established that they are moving toward this goal along multiple fronts. Of course, they have their own vehicles for sale, but they also operate a spaceflight company called Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX). SpaceX is developing rockets and spacecraft to provide transportation to people and freight to orbiting destinations. And in addition to this, Tesla is now working on – you guessed it – the technology necessary for full-scale deployment of electric vehicles on an industrial scale (pun intended). This will exist alongside Tesla’s own manufacturing facilities that are rapidly ramping up production of their existing car models as well as the Model 3.

With a rapidly increasing global population and a diminishing supply of fossil fuels, energy efficiency has never been more important. Fortunately, the future of electric vehicles is here to help. Electric cars are less expensive to run, they emit far fewer greenhouse gases and they produce no noise pollution. In fact, some electric cars can travel up to 200 miles on a single charge! Without further ado, let’s take a look at the new wave in environmental transportation: the electric car.

Electric cars have been around for decades but they were often bulky and didn’t offer enough range for practical use. However, recently there has been a surge in popularity for electric cars, particularly with the recent introduction of Tesla’s Model 3. Tesla is the market leader in the electric car industry and is frequently ahead of its competition. The Model X, for example, was the quickest SUV to go into mass production and it’s roof-hinged Falcon Wing doors were an innovation that no other manufacturer had attempted at that point. At present, Tesla has sold more than 300,000 cars worldwide so it appears as though they may be onto something here.

The future of electric vehicles is here  as long as you can afford one! Although there are now more than half a million electric cars on the road worldwide, only 0.6% of cars sold in 2017 were fully electric. This is largely because of their high price point; on average, an electric car costs 50% more than a combustion-engine car (around $30,000 compared to $20,000). However, this is likely to change over the next five years as more manufacturers begin producing electric vehicles. Tesla has already announced plans for its third vehicle; the Model Y will be an SUV crossover and is slated for release in 2019 (at around $38,00). Any new releases by Tesla are always major events because it’s practically guaranteed that they will come with revolutionary features that far surpass their competition.

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As you may or may not know, electric vehicle company Tesla, which is headquartered in Palo Alto, California is planning to leave Silicon Valley for a new location in either Texas or Nevada. The company has had major difficulties with its tax credits and metering issues, and it’s looking for a place with more tax incentives. Now I don’t want to get all conspiracy theorist on you about this, but some people are saying that this move might be the beginning of the end of what has been referred to as “Silicon Valley”.

A lot of people are wondering what exactly will happen if Tesla leaves Silicon Valley. One of the main reasons Silicon Valley is so famous is because of all these high tech companies that have been based there forever. If Tesla leaves, what will happen to all the high tech companies that have been based in Silicon Valley?

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Tesla:Austin, Texas Source:electrek.co

Some people think Tesla leaving will be a detriment to the Bay Area’s economy. If they leave, what will replace all the jobs they’ll be cutting? And how will Tesla feel if they leave and then boom bust, a new company moves into Palo Alto outbidding them on tax credits and cheaper rent? Who knows…

So please do let us know if you agree or disagree with me on this topic. I would love to know what you think about it.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk is planning to go on a trip with The Boring Company’s 3D filmmaker Chris Paine to show the world how easy it is to build high speed trains.

So basically it looks like Elon Musk is really serious about his underground tunnels, and this time he wants people to get excited about them. I mean look at this beautiful video! If you’re not excited by these amazing images of underground tunnels, then maybe you’re dead.

Elon Musk wants this to be the safest method of underground travel because he says “the other ones are too expensive”. He’s talking about subways here. He’s even willing to show an actual test run! Can you believe it? This is so exciting!

When will the first test run happen? Well, according to all Elon Musk has said so far, it looks like it will be sometime in December of this year. I mean come on, that’s just around the corner! The Boring Company says they’re going to have an opening event for people who want to sign up for their private tunnels.