The Petersen Automotive Museum’s newest exhibit, “Inside Tesla: Supercharging the Electric Revolution,” offers an in-depth look at the past, present, and future of Tesla. Now open to the public in the Mullin Family Grand Salon and Phillip Sarofim Porte Cochere on the museum’s first floor, the exhibit explores the company’s history, from early inspiration and humble beginnings, to its rise as a world leader in electric vehicles and clean energy technology.
Gathering the most comprehensive collection of Tesla products to date, the exhibit features everything from early concept vehicles to rarely seen prototypes and world-record-breaking production vehicles.
Beyond vehicles, attendees will enjoy a wealth of information and displays that tell the story of Tesla’s energy ecosystem, manufacturing automation, autopilot and full self-friving expertise, among others, plus one-off projects with SpaceX, The Boring Company and Hyperloop.
“Tesla has revolutionized the automotive, EV, technology, and manufacturing spaces within a relatively short time span, begetting the question, ‘How did they do that?’” Petersen Automotive Museum executive director Terry L. Karges said. “This exhibit strives to be a holistic walk-through of how the brand became a global phenomenon and further details what lies ahead.”
To purchase tickets and for information about the Petersen Automotive Museum, visit petersen.org/tesla.
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