Over the next few months, Tesla Motors will be fulfilling orders for over 500,000 new Model 3’s. At first glance, that number feels like there will soon be one of the shiny electric marvels on every corner, but how does that number compare to the best-selling cars of all time?
The head football coach at my high school had a number of aphorisms for which he was famous. Among these was “There’s no rest for the wicked and the good don’t need no rest.” Public opinion is divided as to which of these two camps Elon Musk falls into, but one thing is clear...
Early last year, the tease began. After ten years of Teslas, Elon Musk announced that he was ready to make one for the masses. With a promised range of 215 miles and a base model able to do 0 to 60 mph in less than six seconds, people clambered to preorder one.
If ever there was a rags to riches, trash to treasure story, this is it. Imagine heading to a landfill and producing from garbage something able to outperform one of the world’s most celebrated products of its kind.