Tesla Motors generated plenty of headlines and a few head scratchers during a candid three-and-a-half hour shareholder meeting earlier this week. Senior Editor Greg Migliore reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute.
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[00:00:00] Tesla Motors generated plenty of headlines and a few head scratchers during a candid three and a half hour shareholder meeting earlier this week.

Founder and CEO Elon Musk reflected on the company's progress over the past decade, including reflecting on the mistakes that were made along the way, reaching all the way back to the electric automaker's' first car, the Tesla Roadster.

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Musk was also forthright in admitting shortcomings of its current crossover, the Model X.

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Looking ahead, Musk shared some disappointing news for potential Model 3 owners hoping for free electric fill-ups

[00:01:00] at the company's supercharger stations.

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Tesla is known for doing things differently, and the automaker's open approach to its shareholders meeting underlined these differences yet again.

[00:01:30] How will this open approach serve Tesla over the long haul? Much of that depends on cleaning up Model X mistakes with promised software updates, and paving the way for a successful and timely Model 3 launch. For Autoblog I'm Greg Migliore.

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