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Today's Model S launch marks a monumental moment in Tesla's short history. Skeptics have criticized CEO Elon Musk from the start, claiming that financing issues and delays in production would continue to drag on this upstart company in a highly competitive American market. However, Tesla's Model S could position the company to target a more mass-market audience. In related news, a significant announcement was made today that could make the Tesla sedan more attractive to a broader market. Find out about the recent developments in the video below.
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