Tesla has kicked off its 2021 annual meeting of stockholders at its new factory in Austin, Texas. When CEO Elon Musk took the stage, he reiterated the company’s Model Y “should become the best-selling vehicle of any kind”, globally.
The company says this goal is expected sometime in 2023, thanks to its four factories: Fremont, Shanghai, Texas and Berlin-Brandenburg.
Musk said Shanghai has exceeded the capacity of its Fremont factory, and gave a shout-out to the Tesla China team.
Here’s a list of all the new Supercharger locations Tesla opened up across the globe this past week, courtesy of data from Supercharge.info and the TMC Forums: Date Opened Location Number of Stalls Power Rating Official Listing May 22, 2023 B2, Amara Signature Hotel, No. 600 Changshou Road, Putuo District, Shanghai, China 3 250 kW Unavailable May […]
Summary: Tesla drivers can now connect their vehicles to the Uber app. The new feature allows Uber to assign trips according to drivers’ remaining battery range. Uber drivers can take advantage of the new integration to ensure they don’t get any trips during which they’ll have to stop for a charge. Tesla owners driving their […]
Summary: Tesla is reportedly preparing to launch Made-in-China Model Y RWD vehicles in South Korea. The automaker currently only sells Long Range and Performance trims of the Model Y in the country. Earlier this week, listings on Tesla’s website confirmed that Gigafactory Shanghai will also export Model Y RWD units to Canada. Tesla is gearing […]