Definition of tesla
: a unit of magnetic flux density in the meter-kilogram-second system equivalent to one weber per square meter
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Tesla faces competition not just from pure all-electrics, but from hybrids.
Tesla shares were up after Musk’s tweets on Monday but then dropped, closing down 2.5 percent to $352.62 a share.
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Tesla estimates that fill-ups for a trip from California to New York would cost around $120.
LOS ANGELES — Driving a Tesla Model S with Autopilot technology can be frightening and exhilarating.
The chemistry can be volatile, and several early Teslas caught fire before the company built a titanium shield under the vehicle to guard against fire or damage.
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Origin and Etymology of tesla
First Known Use: 1958See Words from the same year
Definition of Tesla
Nikola 1856–1943 American (Croatian-born) electrical engineer and inventor
Medical Definition of tesla
: a unit of magnetic flux density in the mks system equivalent to one weber per square meter
Biographical Note for tesla
Nikola (1856–1943), American electrical engineer and inventor. Tesla was a prolific genius who claimed more than 700 inventions. The tesla, a unit of magnetic induction, was named in his honor.
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