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A former Tesla exec has joined a startup that's building a 350-mile electric bus

A former Tesla executive responsible for building its cars has joined Proterra, an all-electric bus start-up that's making serious moves in the industry. Josh Ensign, Tesla's former vice president of manufacturing, left the electric car maker in May following production delays and problems with the Model X. The SUV first suffered delays relating to the design of its falcon-wing doors and second-row seats, and much of early Model X production was voluntarily recalled this year when a seat malfunction was discovered.
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