Tesla (TSLA) Shifts Domain to Tesla.com Ahead of 'Master Plan' Part 2 Reveal
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Tesla (Nasdaq: TSLA) has moved its main website to Tesla.com from Teslamotors.com ahead of CEO Elon Musk outlining the second part of the company's "Master Plan," which was supposed to happen on Sunday, but SpaceX took front-and-center with its launch and landing.
Have to focus on tonight's @SpaceX launch. Will post Tesla (master) product plan afterwards.— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 17, 2016
Tesla acquired Tesla.com last February. Performing a quick Google search still elicits the old domain name, for now.
Specific timing of the new Master Plan reveal wasn't made clear, though it's not likely happen until later tonight at the earliest.
Revent Tweets have Musk outlining other upcoming updates:
@MacTechGenius Improved fan speed algorithm coming soon. Doesn't need to be so loud.— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 17, 2016
@MacTechGenius V8 will be our biggest release since v1, so taking longer to refine. Awesome on every level. Meeting w design team every day.— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 17, 2016
Shares of Tesla are up nearly 3 percent.
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