Tesla announces a recall on the Model S for possible faulty seat mounting brackets.
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Tesla's Elon Musk questions hydrogen cars on a recent trip to Germany to introduce some new products for the Model S.
You can feel the anticipation around automaker Tesla as it rolls out its first completely in-house-designed car, the 2013 Model S.
You might know Elon Musk—considering you're reading this on Automotive.com—as the CEO of Tesla Motors, makers of the Model S, and the Roadster.