Tesla does not abandon the intention to produce 20 million electric vehicles by 2030

Tesla does not abandon the intention to produce 20 million electric vehicles by 2030

One of the key themes at the annual shareholders' meeting was Tesla's expansion plans, and Ilon Mask confirmed in this context the earlier target of producing 20 million cars annually by 2030, further explaining that this would be done by about 12 enterprises, each producing between 1.5 and 2 million electric vehicles per year.

Once again, Ilon Mask described plans to expand businesses as a simple principle: they should appear on almost every continent where there will be sufficient demand for Tesla products. The company is already producing electric vehicles in the United States, Germany, and China, it produces traction batteries there and at the same time receives them from many partners. High interest in organizing battery production in Canada, according to Electrek, was expressed in a short dialogue with the participants at the annual meeting. Ilon Mack explained that Canada was often mentioned by the audience as one of the sites for the construction of the new Tesla plant, and in part as a Canadian at the birth of the mother. Officially, the choice of a new site for the construction of a new plant will be made before the end of the year, but almost certainly will be confined to North America: Canada, Mexico and the United States itself.

This week, Tesla's head also reported that the company had released its three million-dollar electric car. In the second half of July, a 2 million-million-dollar local-assembly-assembly electric vehicle was released from the Tesla conveyor in California, but together with other sites, the company quickly reached the 3 million-year-old electric vehicles.

In Nevada, where Tesla together with Panasonic produces traction batteries, waste batteries have been processed, but so far no more than 50 batteries have been subjected to this procedure in a week, as most of the batteries produced continue to be used in electric vehicles, and some of them are being used as part of a permanent electrical storage system.