Elon Musk to Develop a 'Futuristic, Blade Runner Pickup Truck'

  • Elon Musk to Develop a 'Futuristic, Blade Runner Pickup Truck'

Elon Musk to Develop a 'Futuristic, Blade Runner Pickup Truck'

Mr Musk's red electric vehicle, "driven" by the spacesuit-clad mannequin Starman, became the fastest auto ever when in blasted off in February, and the original plan was to come close to the red planet but hopefully not nick it. In such a situation, entering India to compete against Indian players like TATA, Hero MotoCorp.etc, along with global players way ahead in the game, could prove to be a challenge for Tesla.

Early previous year the Palo Alto, California, company announced plans to produce up to 5,000 Model 3s a week by the end of 2017.

It's also key to the company's cash flow and pledge to make quarterly net profits into the future. The SEC charged in a lawsuit that Musk had misled investors, and Tesla and Musk agreed last month to each pay $20 million and have Musk step down as chairman of the board. This time too, it was in a response to a user's query on Twitter. Some challenging government regulations, unfortunately. "Tesla will be there as soon as he believes we should".

"To clarify further, the long-term goal for Tesla mass market products is local production for local markets (at least at the continent level)". But in the days after the settlement, Musk taunted the agency, tweeting, "Just want to that the Shortseller Enrichment Commission is doing incredible work". His tweed said, "hopefully, partial presence in India, Africa & South America end of next year, with broader expansion in 2020". A year later, India's Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari also visited Tesla's manufacturing plant in the US. Recently, the company also confirmed that it was able to manufacture as many as 5,000 Model 3 cars in a day at its Nevada Gigafactory, allowing it to deliver pre-ordered units to customers.