Tesla is a major player in the electric vehicle market.
They’re the largest auto maker in the US, and the first one to produce the Tesla Model 3.
They’ve built a lot of cars, including the Model S and Model X. Tesla is now one of the fastest growing automakers in the world, and they’re also the first to sell cars in the UK, Europe, and Australia.
But while Tesla’s name is a huge one in the automotive industry, they’re not really all that familiar to people outside of the US.
They don’t have a big fan base outside of their home country of the United States, and their vehicles are relatively obscure in other parts of the world.
Tesla’s stock price has surged since the company was acquired by Elon Musk and a few other investors, but the company has also been the subject of a lot a lot more scrutiny than most other automakers.
Tesla’s shares are up almost 40% since Musk bought the company in 2014.
The company was trading at $1,831 on Tuesday, up $20.80 or 8%.
That was up a lot in light of the news that Elon Musk had signed a multi-billion dollar deal with Citigroup to help fund the development of electric cars, but it’s important to note that Tesla’s earnings aren’t going to make the news in a major way.
Musk has said that Tesla will be profitable once it gets off the ground, but that’s still a very long way off.
Musk wants Tesla to go from being a niche company to a mass-market company within 10 years, and he’s hoping to achieve that by 2020.
For now, Tesla’s share price has risen significantly over the past few months.
At $6,400 per share, Tesla shares are about 2% more than they were at the start of the year.
But investors are still not that confident in Tesla’s ability to launch a mass market electric vehicle.
Tesla has been in the news a lot lately for things like its plan to launch an all-electric sports car in 2019.
That plan was pulled earlier this month after a safety investigation revealed that a car that was supposed to go on sale in 2019 had been built with faulty components.
Tesla was forced to shut down its production line for several months to fix the problem, and Tesla is still not planning to bring an all electric sports car to market for 2020.
Even though Tesla’s shares have skyrocketed over the last few months, there’s still not a huge amount of excitement surrounding the company outside of its home country.
The only other countries where Tesla has yet to roll out an all car are the UK and Australia, and that hasn’t been true for other parts to the world either.
While Tesla has a lot going for it, it’s not exactly a great way to spend your time.
Tesla isn’t going away anytime soon, and even though its shares are higher, they aren’t exactly a huge value in most markets right now.