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Tesla Model 3 on track, Musk assures

Tesla assured investors its highly anticipated Model 3 sedan is on track to begin production, mitigating concerns that the car maker, led by Elon Musk, is burning through more cash to bring the

It’s a good time to be Elon Musk

Shares of Elon Musk’s Tesla Motors have surged 40% since 1 December, putting the stock within reach of a 52-week high. The acquisition of SolarCity is complete. Musk’s sprawling Gigafactory is now producing battery

Musk’s Gigafactory has been activated

The Gigafactory has been activated. Hidden in the scrubland east of Reno, Nevada in the US, where cowboys gamble and wild horses still roam – a diamond-shaped factory of outlandish proportions is emerging from the sweat and promises of Tesla CEO

Watch: Elon Musk reveals solar roof tiles

Elon Musk showcased his ambitions to make Tesla Motors a clean-energy behemoth on Friday, unveiling a new “solar roof” product at Universal Studios in Los Angeles, California. As the sun set, Musk told hundreds of guests gathered in an outside

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Elon Musk turns his gaze to Mars

When Elon Musk takes the stage of the 67th International Astronautical Congress in Guadalajara, Mexico on 27 September, it won’t be to rehash terrestrial concerns like a fatal Tesla autopilot crash or a poorly received merger proposal. Instead

Musk’s Tesla master plan could cost billions

A 1 500-word manifesto that Elon Musk unveiled last week, outlining his plan to expand Tesla Motors’ electric vehicle line and to build “stunning solar roofs”, may end up costing the company tens of billions

Musk unveils new Tesla ‘master plan’

Elon Musk unveiled his latest “master plan” for Tesla Motors, delivering a long-term vision that includes an integrated solar and battery product, the addition of a pickup, freight truck and bus to its electric vehicle lineup, and plans for a

The unrelenting drive of General Musk

There’s this guy that’s pretty sure the thing you’re looking at right now is one of the greatest threats to humanity. No, he’s not talking about our growing obsession with staring at sheets of digitised glass, and the unhealthy sedentary existence associated