CEO Elon Musk hints at Tesla entry in India by 2021

On Friday, Elon Musk hinted at a possible Tesla entry in India by 2021. It turned out as unexpected news for everyone.

It was on the Tesla Club India’s’s unofficial Twitter page when replying to a tweet on Tesla’s’s foray in India, Elon Musk wrote, “Next year for sure.”

Since then, the tweet is getting buzz while becoming popular across news websites and social media.

Talking about India, then PM Narendra Modi is also focussing on promoting electric vehicles in the country. And everyone knows that Tesla makes electric vehicles.

The answer is quite apparent now.

Still, there’s a lot of time for a proper, official announcement. But Elon Musk has now cleared it that it will happen “for sure” in 2021.

Interestingly though, he said a similar thing on Twitter last year, when asked upon regarding entering in India.

“Would love to be there this year. If not, definitely next!” he said in March 2019.

Elon Musk keeps rising amid a pandemic

Even though COVID-19 has affected economies badly, Tesla and CEO Elon Musk is continuously rising. Shares of the world’s most valuable car company are always surging.

Musk’s venture SpaceX is growing day by day. The upcoming Crew-1 launch is around the corner. It will be a historic moment for both NASA and SpaceX.

Yes, the previous missions failed, unfortunately, but this time things are looking perfect.

Moreover, Elon’s other breathtaking new project called Neuralink, has immense potential. If successful, it will reveal the mysteries of the human brain.

Neuralink deals with making machines work simultaneously, alongside human brains.

Future of Tesla in the Indian market

Coronavirus and its unexpected impact on the world economy are alarming. Talking about India, then there is a struggle for growth.

New challenges are looming, and companies are finding it difficult to make profits.

With Elon Musk hinting at next year for Tesla to enter India, it will be an exciting situation.

Indian carmakers are reaching out to the government for pushing sales. They are struggling hard as of now.

Looking at it from COVID-19’s perspective, then it won’t be easy even for Tesla to make rapid growth.

Being a luxurious car maker, how it tackles Indian car buyers will be engaging to observe. Apart from this, electric vehicles are still not that popular in the country.

So it will be a big challenge for Elon Musk to make his way in India. And also to sway the people to buying Tesla-made electric cars.

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