Elon Musk Wants Tesla’s Next Model Made in China to Reach the Global Market

At the Tesla Gigaftory opening, Elon Musk has had time to leave some provocative statements where he alludes to the possibility of manufacturing a car below the Model 3. A cheaper proposal that would undoubtedly have a substantial impact on the global market.

According to Musk: “We intend to continue making a significant investment and increasing the investment in China, making the Model 3 and the Model Y and future models also in China.”

“Something that would be super cool … So we’re going to do it … is to try to create a China design and engineering center to actually design an original car in China for worldwide consumption. I think this will be very exciting.”

He has also added more details indicating that they want to work on setting up a design and engineering center in China, from where they can design a new model for the global market. Musk has not given more details except a final reflection indicating that they want to do something radical. A phrase that since the presentation of the Cybertruck has taken a new dimension.

Tesla shows a commitment to China that is facilitated by the ease of access to skilled labor. This allows Americans to continue their unstoppable growth in a phase where traditional manufacturers continue to look at the combustion engine as a short-term salvation chart while limiting or delaying deliveries of their new generation electric models.


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