Tesla millionth electric car rolled off the assembly lineMarch 10, 2020
With this achievement, the company’s employees in their twitter account were congratulated by its founder Ilon Musk.
The head of the American company Tesla, Elon Musk, announced the millionth electric car launched by the brand. He wrote about this today on his Twitter, congratulating the Tesla team on this outstanding achievement. It is Tesla that becomes the first automaker to manage to step over the mark of one million cars with zero emissions. The “jubilee” car was the Tesla Model Y electric crossover, painted in bright red.
Among experts, there is an opinion that the Americans could achieve this goal a little earlier, if not for quarantine due to the epidemic of coronavirus. In the model line of the brand, in addition to the long-awaited Model Y electrocross, there are elegant and stylish Model S and Model 3 sedans, as well as the full-size Model X electric crossover. In the near future, this list will be supplemented by the Cybertruck electric pickup truck and Semi tractor. Also, previously specialized media reported on the new Tesla model, intended only for China.
Tesla cars are today produced in the USA and China. Recall, the new enterprise is located in a suburb of Shanghai. In addition, Tesla is now building a plant in Berlin – this will be the first company for the brand in Europe. Start of production is scheduled for 2021. And the first model of the new enterprise will be Model Y.
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