Chris, Maugansville, Md.

Without giving specifics, Tesla Motors says that 55% of the Model S' parts content is made in the U.S. and Canada, which qualifies as "domestic" under the American Automobile Labeling Act that requires that this information be provided on the Monroney sticker.


The Model S is built in Fremont, Calif., at a plant formerly known as New United Motor Manufacturing Inc. It was once a joint venture between General Motors and Toyota.

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