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Elon Musk: Rolling Stone Cover, SpaceX Launch, Tesla Semi & Racism Lawsuit

November 16 may go down in history as serial entrepreneur Elon Musk’s biggest day as he graces the cover of Rolling Stone magazine, manages SpaceX’s secret Zuma satellite launch, hosts the gala premier of the Tesla Semi heavy duty all-electric truck, all while responding to a Tesla racism lawsuit.

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Tesla Misses Deliveries by 12%; Stock Plunges

Tesla’s stock plunged by $1.5 billion in after-hours trading on Tuesday following the company’s announcement that it missed Wall Street’s vehicle delivery estimates for the fourth quarter of 2016 by 12 percent.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk speaks during an event to launch the new Tesla Model X Crossover SUV on September 29, 2015 in Fremont, California.

Tesla: Best-Loved Brand, Lowest-Tier Reliability

Consumer Reports found that a higher percentage of Tesla owners than any other car company would buy another Tesla, while the same publication rated Tesla a dismal number 25 out 29 car makers in reliability.

Tesla offered SolarCity between $26.50 and $28.50 a share, depending on a volume-weighted five-day average price of Tesla shares

Tesla: 1st Profit in Years, Thanks to California Climate Credits

Tesla Motors Inc. reported this week that revenue nearly doubled in the latest quarter. The all-electric car company reported its first quarterly profit in over three years, thanks to cashing in $139 million of California tax credits.

Elon Musk (Haiko Jumne / AFP / Getty)

Tesla ‘Ludicrous Mode’: 0 to 60 MPH in 2.5 Seconds

Tesla has unveiled the world’s fastest production car, a Model S with a “Ludicrous Mode” that allows it to accelerate from 0-to-60 miles per hour in 2.5 seconds, while also being the first electric vehicle with a range of over 300 miles.

Ludicrous speed Tesla (Tydence Davis / Flickr / CC / Cropped)

Tesla to Miss Revenue Target by $315 Million

Tesla Motors Inc. appears to have missed its revenue target for the latest quarter by $315 million, suggesting the company is much better at selling cars than making them.

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NHTSA Launches ‘Review’ of Tesla Autopilot Fatal Crash

After a Tesla Model S with its semi-autonomous autopilot on crashed into a tractor trailer last month, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA’s) Office of Defects initiated a formal “review.” The NHTSA has opened a preliminary evaluation into a

Elon Musk (Haiko Jumne / AFP / Getty)

Elon Musk, Tesla Promises to Increase Production by 1100%

Despite Tesla Motors Inc. never meeting any unit production targets or making a profit in the last five years, CEO Elon Musk told shareholders this week that through the magic of physics, he will revolutionize the auto industry to increase production by 1,100 percent, and profitably.

Elon Musk (Scott Olson / Getty)

Tesla Missed Q1 Delivery Target by 10%

The $12.6 billion in pre-orders for the Tesla Model 3 on Mar. 31 demonstrates that Tesla Motors Inc. can produce incredible hype. But a day later, the company filed disclosure with the SEC admitting that it missed first quarter vehicle deliveries by almost 10 percent.

Tesla being towed to dealer.

Tesla’s Sexy Model 3 Rolls on March 31

Tesla Motors will host a gala introduction of its sexy and mass-market affordable $35,000 Model 3 at its Hawthorne Design Center on the evening of March 31.

Tesla lady (Kevork Djansezian / Getty)

Tesla Launches 400-Mile-per-Charge Roadster 3.0

On Dec. 26, Tesla previewed its next generation of Sports Roadster that will feature up to a 50% improvement in charge range. Tesla claims that design refinements and a 31% increase in energy storage will allow the Roadster 3.0 to drive easily from San Francisco to Los Angeles on a single charge. Tesla has not set a release date or pricing at this time.