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Elon Musk Says 2018 Felt Like 'Aging 5 Years In 1' As Tesla Went Through Production Hell

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Elon Musk Says 2018 Felt Like 'Aging 5 Years In 1' As Tesla Went Through Production Hell

Elon Musk Says 2018 Felt Like 'Aging 5 Years In 1' As Tesla Went Through Production Hell

In his unveiling of Tesla's newest car, the Model Y, on Thursday, CEO Elon Musk opened up about Tesla's struggle to mass-produce cars and become profitable in 2018.

"2018 felt like aging five years in one," he told a Tesla design studio packed with journalists, Wall Street analysts, and other Tesla fans.

"It was really intense." "Thank you for supporting Tesla during that difficult time," he said Thursday.

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