An American electric automaker headed by Elon Musk, Tesla began selling the Lotus Elise-based Tesla Roadster in 2008, and has since followed with the Model S sedan and Model X SUV, both latter cars manufactured in its Hayward, California plant. The company has garnered much attention as a disruptive force in the automotive industry.
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