Tesla plans to open a factory in Germany

Tesla plans to open a factory in Germany

Tesla Gigafactory Berlin – Jobs, Plans and Progress

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Tesla plans to open a factory in Germany

Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced that the electric vehicle company plans to build a factory, engineering and design center in Berlin..

This plant will become fourth for the automaker. The first is located in Nevada.Tesla plans to open a factory in Germany Buffalo is home to a factory that manufactures charging equipment and power electronics. Another car factory opens in Shanghai today.

«German engineering is famous all over the world. This is one of the reasons why we are located in Germany.. We are also going to set up an engineering and design center in Berlin», – Musk said.

Musk has been talking about Tesla’s plans to build a plant in Europe for years.. 

Revenue of the automaker in the United States decreased in the third quarter. But its sales grew in European countries during the first three quarters of 2019, despite a slowdown in the overall new car market in the region..

Building a plant could help Tesla avoid the hassle of exporting its cars from the US to Europe, and help tackle trade and duty uncertainties.

Tesla says it plans to launch its third model electric sedans and crossover SUV at a European plant.