Now it was easy to say it was obvious, but no one would have bet in 2007 that a new company – specializing in electric cars – would have become the protagonist in about fifteen years. Although the auto market is experiencing a moment of difficulty due to the problem of the supply of semiconductors, 2021 for Tesla was a record. The House announced the data: in the fourth quarter delivered 308,600 electric cars, an altitude that has made it possible to reach close to the million cars in the year, almost doubling what it did in 2020 when it delivered nearly 500,000 electric cars. In September, Tesla had taken off a great deal of satisfaction: the Model 3 was the best-selling car in Europe with 24,591 units, surpassing all thermals such as Renault Clio, Dacia Sandero and VW Golf. The (apparent) paradox that the House of Elon Musk – despite many new projects like the Model 2– unable to satisfy requests. So much so that it is working to immediately bring the Berlin gigafactory to maximum production: when fully operational, it should take a car off the lines every 45 seconds!
January 3, 2022 | 12:09
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