Tesla EV in Pakistan

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Tesla EV in Pakistan

Federal Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry has given invitation to American billionaire and owner of Tesla Elon Musk, to set up factory of electric vehicles in Pakistan. Minister invites Tesla to start manufacturing of electric vehicles in Pakistan

Minister replied on Twitter and tagging Musk regarding the news story about an announcement by the US automaker Tesla to build half a million electric vehicles in a year at its future factory outside Berlin.

Minister tweeted “Dear Elon Musk your next destination may be Pakistan where 68 per cent of world population lives within 3.5 hours flight radius from Islamabad”.

He further wrote “We offer ten years zero tax facility and custom free import for factory setup in Pakistan. No other country may offer, plus we are the world’s 3rd biggest freelance software exporters in Pakistan”.

According to media reports, Tesla is planning to build half a million electric vehicles a year at its future factory outside Berlin. Tesla company revealed that the US automaker wants to construct Model 3 and Model Y vehicles at the site in Gruenheide, as well as “future models.”

Tesla is known for building electric cars and solar panels in all over the world. Tesla was founded in 2003 in Palo Alto California, the main focus of Tesla was to provide customers with affordable electric cars. Tesla is named after the physicist Nikola Tesla by the cofounders Martin Eberhard and Marc Tar penning. Elon Musk became the CEO of the company in 2007. Tesla introduced lithium-ion battery powered model roadster in 2008 with a capability of 200 miles per charge.

Tesla Model S remained the most sold electric car in the year 2015 and 2016. Tesla is producing Tesla Model X, Tesla Model S, Tesla Model 3 and Roadster right now.

Tesla will include facilities to assemble entire electric vehicles, including the production of batteries.

One of the plans of Tesla will have to undergo an environmental impact review and public consultation.

Tesla aims to start operating the plant in July 2021, an optimistic time frame by German standards.