Why Tesla is so Expensive?

Tesla Motors and How They Make Electric Vehicles

Tesla Motors is a company that is in the business of producing electric cars and they have been doing this for over a decade now. Their cars are different from other electric cars because they are completely designed with performance in mind. They aim to be the quickest accelerating production car on the planet, and their target is to make zero-emission vehicles that can go around 500 miles or more on a single charge. In addition, all of Tesla’s products are made with high-quality parts and materials that will last for years to come.

Tesla Motors was founded by Elon Musk in 2003, and he remains its chairman CEO and product architect today. The company has grown rapidly since its inception and it has become one of the most well-known car companies of our time.

“Constantly think about how you could be doing things better.”

Elon Musk — Quote referred from supplychaintoday.com

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Tesla’s Promise of Innovation Comes from a New Way of Doing Business

Tesla’s Promise of Innovation Comes from a New Way of Doing Business. Tesla is taking a new approach to automotive manufacturing, away from the traditional, centralized assembly line to localized production. This means producing parts in much smaller batches, much closer to the final assembly. This change in a business model goes far beyond just production efficiency and automation; it creates an entirely new way for humans and machines to collaborate.

The production process is fundamentally different than what Tesla has done in the past. The traditional “mass-production” process relies on automated systems that are used in place of human labor. For example, robots can replace humans for tasks like welding or spraying paint on cars or even assembling them one by one on an assembly line. Tesla has embraced automation but it goes further by leveraging AI technologies.

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