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Nikola Tesla 1856 - 1943 and his contribution to science and humanity. 
i think was greater than all inventors. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZkkHhyWFus  

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Einstein - Birth Of God's Equation ( e=mc2 )

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Nikola Tesla's Biography and Life New Full Documentary 2016

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Tesla

http://www.motortrend.com/ 
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Tesla Motors, Inc. (Tesla), incorporated on July 1, 2003, designs, develops, manufactures and sells electric vehicles and advanced electric vehicle powertrain components. Tesla owns its sales and service centers and Supercharger stations. In addition to the Company’s own vehicles, it designs, develops, manufactures, and sells advanced electric vehicle powertrain components to other automotive manufacturers. The Company has provided development services and powertrain components to Daimler AG (Daimler) for its Smart fortwo and A-Class electric vehicles. The Company developed stationary energy storage products for use in homes, commercial sites, and utilities. The Company offers financial products through various financial institutions in the United States, Europe, and Asia. 

Tesla’s mission is to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable transport

Tesla Motors was founded in 2003 by a group of engineers in Silicon Valley who wanted to prove that electric cars could be better than gasoline-powered cars. With instant torque, incredible power, and zero emissions, Tesla’s products would be cars without compromise. Each new generation would be increasingly affordable, helping the company work towards its mission: to accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable transport.

Tesla’s engineers first designed a powertrain for a sports car built around an AC induction motor, patented in 1888 by Nikola Tesla, the inventor who inspired the company’s name. The resulting Tesla Roadster was launched in 2008. Accelerating from 0 to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds and achieving a range of 245 miles per charge of its lithium ion battery, the Roadster set a new standard for electric mobility. Tesla would sell more than 2,400 Roadsters, now on the road in more than 30 countries.

In 2012, Tesla launched Model S, the world’s first premium electric sedan. Built from the ground up to be 100 percent electric, Model S has redefined the very concept of a four-door car. With room for seven passengers and more than 64 cubic feet of storage, Model S provides the comfort and utility of a family sedan while achieving the acceleration of a sports car: 0 to 60 mph in about five seconds. Its flat battery pack is integrated into the chassis and sits below the occupant cabin, lending the car a low center of gravity that enables outstanding road holding and handling while driving 265 miles per charge. Model S was named Motor Trend’s 2013 Car of the Year and achieved a 5-star safety rating from the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

In late 2014, Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveiled two dual motor all-wheel drive configurations of Model S that further improve the vehicle’s handling and performance. The 85D features a high efficiency motor at the front and rear, giving the car unparalleled control of traction in all conditions. The P85D pairs a high efficiency front motor with a performance rear motor for supercar acceleration, achieving a 0 to 60 mph time of 3.2 seconds – the fastest four-door production car ever made.

Now with more than 50,000 vehicles on the road worldwide, Tesla is preparing to launch Model X, a crossover vehicle that enters volume production in 2015. Featuring exhilarating acceleration, falcon wing doors, and room for three rows of seating, Model X defies categorization.

Tesla owners enjoy the benefit of charging at home so they never have to visit a gas station or spend a cent on gasoline. For long distance journeys, Tesla’s Supercharger network provides convenient and free access to high speed charging, replenishing half a charge in as little as 20 minutes. Superchargers now connect popular routes in North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific.

Tesla’s vehicles are produced at its factory in Fremont, California, previously home to New United Motor Manufacturing Inc., a joint venture between Toyota and General Motors. The Tesla Factory has returned thousands of jobs to the area and is capable of producing 1,000 cars a week.

The company is expanding its manufacturing footprint into other areas, including in Tilburg, the Netherlands, where it has an assembly facility, and Lathrop, California, where it has a specialized production plant. To reduce the costs of lithium ion battery packs, Tesla and key strategic partners including Panasonic have begun construction of a gigafactory in Nevada that will facilitate the production of a mass-market affordable vehicle, Model 3. By 2020, the gigafactory will produce more lithium ion cells than all of the world’s combined output in 2013. The gigafactory will also produce battery packs intended for use in stationary storage, helping to improve robustness of the electrical grid, reduce energy costs for businesses and residences, and provide a backup supply of power.

Tesla is not just an automaker, but also a technology and design company with a focus on energy innovation.

The Tesla Roadster

The Tesla Roadster is an electric sports car. The Company sells and services its Tesla Roadster though its Company-owned sales and service network in the North America, Europe and Asia. It has delivered approximately 2,500 Tesla Roadsters to customers in over 30 countries. It completed the production of Tesla Roadster gliders at Lotus Cars Limited in January 2012.

Model S:

Model S is a four door, five-passenger premium sedan. It has designed Model S to include a third row with two rear-facing child seats, subject to applicable safety regulations and requirements, allowing the Company to offer a seven passenger sedan.

Model X:

The Company revealed an early prototype of the Model X crossover as the first vehicle that it intends to develop by leveraging the Model S platform. This vehicle has been designed to fill the niche between the roominess of a minivan and the style of an SUV, while having high performance features, such as a dual motor all-wheel drive system. Model X will seat seven adults. The Company anticipates that it would make Model X available with 60 kWh and 85 kWh battery pack options, with pricing of each version similar to those of a comparably equipped Model S.

Gen III:

The Company also has announced its intent to develop a third generation electric vehicle, to which it refers as Gen III, to be produced at the Tesla Factory.

Powertrain Development and Sales:

In addition to the Company’s own vehicles, it designs, develops, manufactures, and sells advanced electric vehicle powertrain components to other automotive manufacturers. The Company has provided development services and full powertrain systems and components to Daimler AG for its Smart fortwo, A-Class, and B-Class electric vehicles. It has also developed an electric powertrain system for Toyota Motor Corporation for use in its RAV4 EV. As of December 31, 2013 the Company shipped approximately 1,600 units.

Stationary Energy Storage Applications:

In 2013, the Company developed stationary energy storage products for use in homes, commercial sites, and utilities. The applications for these battery systems include backup power, peak demand reduction, demand response and wholesale electric market services. The Company intends to ramp sales of these products in 2014.  In 2015, Tesla introduced the Powrball:  Tesla Home Battery.   Powerwall is a home battery that charges using electricity generated from solar panels, or when utility rates are low, and powers your home in the evening. It also fortifies your home against power outages by providing a backup electricity supply. Automated, compact and simple to install, Powerwall offers independence from the utility grid and the security of an emergency backup.  Powerball comes in 10kWh weekly cycle and 7kWh daily cycle modelsBoth are guaranteed for ten years and are sufficient to power most homes during peak evening hours. Multiple batteries may be installed together for homes with greater energy need, up to 90 kWh total for the 10 kWh battery and 63 kWh total for the 7 kWh battery.

Financial Services:

The Company offers financial products through various financial institutions in the United States, Europe, and Asia. In the United States and Canada, it offers customer loans through specified commercial banking partners. In connection with certain of these loans, the Company offers a resale value guarantee to all customers who purchased a Model S and financed their vehicle.

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#13008  Sticky Note Musk's meltdown on the earnings conference call is Prudent Capitalist 05/03/18 10:32:08 AM
#11628  Sticky Note $TSLA New Tesla Roadster 2020 Unveiled by Elon $Pistol Pete$ 12/06/17 03:58:40 AM
#13963   I thought you were going to do the 13strats 06/24/18 06:12:25 PM
#13962   Longs will have one week to sell, then REALISTIC SAM 06/24/18 04:18:10 PM
#13961   Tesla’s Solar Plans Aren’t Working DiscoverGold 06/24/18 01:33:59 PM
#13960   As you're probably aware, a lot of controversities, REALISTIC SAM 06/24/18 01:25:56 PM
#13959   really good read. pennystockaholic 06/23/18 11:19:36 PM
#13958   Renewed Focus on Profitability Bodes Well for Tesla Stock DMOST 06/23/18 09:49:56 PM
#13957   TSLA. Were gonna rock. What we have 13strats 06/23/18 05:58:10 PM
#13956   When this was brought up on squawk on 13strats 06/23/18 12:02:43 PM
#13955   Tesla services margin smells fishy, analyst says DiscoverGold 06/23/18 11:33:12 AM
#13954   To that we say may be " Yes ".......[color=pur DMOST 06/23/18 03:32:57 AM
#13953   Tesla either will get bought-out, or flat-out Fail. ROCKHard 06/23/18 01:48:48 AM
#13952   Execute , Execute , Execute !........ DMOST 06/23/18 12:30:42 AM
#13951   Thought some might like to see the tent r clarke 06/23/18 12:12:02 AM
#13950   Not your bro, I’m an only child I’m not B-Dawg 06/22/18 11:33:14 PM
#13949   Why Tesla Shorts Are Doomed DMOST 06/22/18 09:45:23 PM
#13948   Tesla Stock Outlook: Can Elon Musk Outrun Tesla's DMOST 06/22/18 09:13:10 PM
#13947   nope bc this stock is so bloated its Nebuchadnezzar 06/22/18 08:53:02 PM
#13946   That’s awesome... Just wondering:.. but what strikes did TheWatcher51 06/22/18 08:49:06 PM
#13945   And when it up $30 in 2 days B-Dawg 06/22/18 08:40:39 PM
#13944   No need to answer him. He doesnt even 13strats 06/22/18 07:26:03 PM
#13943   If you are trading options then you should 13strats 06/22/18 07:23:59 PM
#13942   Space X got govt contract today. Amazon rules Eagleize 06/22/18 07:04:55 PM
#13941   1,000 + gain trading calls tsla today can’t Tripledog 06/22/18 06:46:49 PM
#13940   My 3rd day on trading options Tripledog 06/22/18 06:44:55 PM
#13939   Just imagine if we have ten people like keekee 06/22/18 06:38:08 PM
#13938   And you're not paying Jeff to build his keekee 06/22/18 06:35:41 PM
#13937   Y’all are paying ELON to build his SpaceX Eagleize 06/22/18 05:42:46 PM
#13936   Here's Why Tesla's Solar Shakeup Makes Sense DMOST 06/22/18 03:23:00 PM
#13935   O la la .. back to $250 again ? ~Angel~ 06/22/18 02:30:51 PM
#13934   Elon misleads investors, overstates positives, downplays negatives and r clarke 06/22/18 02:27:33 PM
#13933   down $30 in two days. what a POS Nebuchadnezzar 06/22/18 02:06:50 PM
#13932   Im about out of posts for the day. 13strats 06/22/18 02:00:57 PM
#13931   Hahahaha B-Dawg 06/22/18 01:58:12 PM
#13930   They dont have the factory capacity, financing or r clarke 06/22/18 01:47:39 PM
#13929   Why, does a cousin own that company too? r clarke 06/22/18 01:41:44 PM
#13928   I do agree its overpriced and elon musk 13strats 06/22/18 01:41:06 PM
#13927   Elon May buy MoviePass. HMNY Eagleize 06/22/18 01:35:36 PM
#13926   Daimler unveils a rival to Tesla's Semi: A r clarke 06/22/18 01:32:21 PM
#13925   He's saying no capital raise needed, then where r clarke 06/22/18 01:25:19 PM
#13924   Not saying it shouldnt be regulated. B-Dawg 06/22/18 01:17:36 PM
#13923   TSLA. doesnt look like the tesla semi was 13strats 06/22/18 01:12:18 PM
#13922   If your talking about 16 he said he 13strats 06/22/18 12:44:31 PM
#13921   Martin Tripp is shorts best friend. mdb1 06/22/18 12:34:38 PM
#13920   No lies? Like telling investors a capital raise r clarke 06/22/18 12:28:23 PM
#13919   Good points. Humans are horrible monitors of automated systems. r clarke 06/22/18 12:08:04 PM
#13918   Tesla is not falling because of layoffs. No 13strats 06/22/18 10:51:23 AM
#13917   That’s all just cover up and lies. Look Eagleize 06/22/18 10:45:08 AM
#13916   It seems the recent layoffs at Tesla had Tonymann 06/22/18 10:37:30 AM
#13915   Just so everyone gets the correct info. here 13strats 06/22/18 10:33:29 AM
#13914   Will see when don’t meet numbers of Tesla’s Eagleize 06/22/18 10:25:07 AM
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