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The global idea behind the Tesla cars is to engineer a complete line of vehicles entirely powered by electricity. So, logically, the company took its name after one of the pioneers of the alternating current electricity technology Nikola Tesla. When a group of engineers from California first founded Tesla in 2003, they first aimed to prove to the world that electric cars could be as powerful as their gas powered counterpart.
After five years of research and development, the Tesla Roadster was finally introduced in 2008. This impressive sports car was able to achieve the acceleration from 0 to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds while being entirely powered by its lithium ion battery. The impressive features of the Roadster did not stop at the power demonstrated but also with its resilience. The car could attain a range of 245 miles per charge of its battery without any assistance by another source of energy.
Strong with the success of the Roadster, Tesla immediately started to work on a sedan model. The avowed purpose was to use the popularity of their first model as a way to finance the widespread distribution of electric cars to the average customer. This led to the design of the Tesla Model S, a completely electric sedan released to the retailers in 2012. Once again the company’s achievements were such that the demand for the vehicle was higher than their production capabilities.
Tesla has unveiled the prototypes for the Model X in 2012, but as of now the production of the crossover utility vehicle has not started as the production resources are relegated to the Model S. Unveiled in 2014, the plans for the Tesla Model 3 have been presented to the public. This model would be the smallest Tesla as it aims to be available for purchase around the price of 30,000 USD. This car would be the mass-market Tesla and most of the cost of the car would be absorbed by the sales of the Roadster and the Model S.
In any case, there is no doubts that the demand for the cars are higher than the offer and if you are the lucky owner of a Tesla, it’s well worth the time to protect your paint with TouchUpDirect touch up paint. Following the same philosophy of the engineers at Tesla, we aim to leave a mark as small as possible on the environment when producing our quality paint. To say the least, Tesla and TouchUpDirect is a match made in heaven.