Tesla starts production of right-hand drive electric cars at a plant in Germany

Tesla has started production of right-hand drive cars at its plant in Berlin.

This marks an important step for the company, which is expected to soon enter the Indian market, the world’s third largest.

The first batches of right-hand drive Tesla electric vehicles destined for India have already rolled off the assembly line and are expected to be shipped at the end of this year.

This means that the manufacturer has launched a new era for electric vehicles in a country with a population of more than 1 billion people, where Tesla plans not only to sell its cars but also to invest in the construction of charging stations and purchase local components.

Why did Tesla choose India? Last month, the Indian government reduced import duties on electric vehicles, provided that manufacturers invest in production in the country.

Source ithome
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