Tesla is continuing its growth and wants to have a more relevant market also in Europe. For this reason, the American company is considering the hypothesis of creating a more compact electric model to increase diffusion also in the Old Continent: “In the United States, cars tend to be bigger for personal taste – the words of Elon Musk in a conference online – In Europe, they tend to be smaller ”.
A COMPACT, PERHAPS A SEDAN
The boss of the US electric brand, who has recently become the second richest man in the world, also reflected on it during a recent trip to Germany: “I was driving a Model X around Berlin and I had quite a bit of difficulty in finding a suitable parking space “.
Large spaces and large American roads are not customary in Europe and for this reason “it would make sense to produce a compact car, perhaps a Sedan or something like that”. The CEO then continued, always on this possible novelty: “It would probably be a good candidate also for an original design. It could be a wise starting point, even if there will also be other proposals ”.
TESLA AND THE GOAL OF 20 MILLION VEHICLES
Tesla’s long-term goal is to produce 20 million vehicles per year. To be able to achieve this goal, which is still far away, it is absolutely necessary to accelerate sales in Europe and in the rest of the world. And, for this reason, putting a smaller and less expensive car on the list could be a winning move. Albeit with increasing competition.