Tesla, a manufacturer of high-end electric vehicles, has recently introduced one of its well-known models to the Australian market.
Tesla (TSLA): Receive Tesla Inc. Report has made a name for itself as the largest automotive company in the globe.
The 2003-founded Austin company has grown to become the top manufacturer of electric vehicles in the world, with four manufacturing facilities spread over three continents.
The business makes no investment in marketing or advertising, yet it has managed to establish itself as one of the most well-known names.
Elon Musk, Tesla's CEO and COO, has risen to the position of becoming the most powerful and influential leader in the world.
On Twitter alone, he has more than 97.8 million fans.
But despite their widespread notoriety, Musk and Tesla still appear shocked when they achieve success.
That is what just occurred in Australia, where Tesla debuted both the Model 3 sedan, its entry-level vehicle, and the Model Y SUV, one of its most well-liked models.
On June 10, Tesla unveiled the Model Y to Australians; now, just a few days later, the firm has delayed delivery dates, indicating brisk demand.