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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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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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