If there’s still any question to the mad genius of Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, consider this. His company now makes four of the world’s most popular electric vehicles: the Model S, Model 3, Model X, and Model Y. What’s that spell? S3XY.
Tesla is the world’s most successful electric carmaker the world has ever seen, and Musk is a global celebrity, a billionaire playboy who launches rockets into outer space in his spare time. A real-life Tony Stark, some say. He will go down in history as the man who kick-started the EV revolution along with the eventual demise of the internal combustion engine and the fossil-fuel economy. Headquartered in Southern California, Tesla began producing EVs in 2008, but sales took off when it introduced the Model S sedan four years later. Today, its lineup includes two sedans and two SUVs. Musk has also promised a Tesla pickup truck called the Cybertruck, as well as a sports car called the Roadster, but they’re not available yet. Here’s a complete buyers guide to Tesla’s current 2020 models.