Few, if any, car manufacturers create more publicity than Tesla right now; a remarkable feat considering the organization is still very young in comparison to the rest of the business, having been founded less than 16 years ago.
From selling vehicles all over the world to pushing forward technological inventions Tesla has proven the doubters wrong and played a significant role.
To see what all the fuss is about, Top Gear headed to California for a day packed with everything Tesla.
The British publication’s first item on the agenda was a tour of the Fremont factory near San Francisco. Tesla assembles the Model 3, Model S, and Model X at this website, which was once operated by a joint venture between General Motors and Toyota. Tesla bought the factory for $42 million, and while that seems like it, a lot ’s not that much, especially once you consider the website is bigger than the Vatican City.
After Top Gear’s experience at the factory, it was time to jump in a Model 3 Performance and embark on a road trip down to Los Angeles where the Model Y launch was held at the Tesla Design Studio. On the journey, Top Gear stopped at the largest supercharging station in the country before showing up in L.A to see Elon Musk unveil the Model Y to the world.
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