Tesla Motors’ Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Elon Musk, has revealed the company’s plans of expanding its overall market beyond North America, Europe, and China.
The owner of the largest EV company stated that he recently asked his service team to expand to all population regions (not just major metros) in North America, Eastern Europe, China, and Japan by the end of next year.
Any plans to make service outside Tesla serviced countries easier?
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The 47-year-old opened up about his firm’s expansion plans after a user responded to a tweet in which Musk had revealed that Tesla and Panasonic are together the largest producer of batteries for electric vehicles in the world.
In a follow-up tweet, Musk said the firm is looking at establishing ‘partial presence’ in India, Africa, and South America by the end of next year, and expanding further in 2020.