Elon Musk is still very positive and isn't ready to give for bringing Tesla Inc. to India. "Would love to be there this year. If not, definitely next!" Tesla's billionaire CEO said in a Twitter post, almost ten months after he blamed restrictive policy for holding up the car maker's entrance into the world's fourth biggest car market.
The Narendra Modi-led government has been wooing Tesla to set up a plant but Musk, in a May 2018 Twitter post, had indicated to "some challenging government regulations" as an obstacle. The previous year, he had looked for a temporary waiver on import penalties and different limitations until a nearby faculty is built.
Tesla got things started in January on a $5 billion industrial facility in China, its first car-manufacturing facility outside the U.S., following four years of strategy. Tapping abroad markets may support the U.S.- based automaker ward off a potential dip popular on its home turf.
While India is a promising business sector for electric vehicle creators, it has lingered a long ways behind neighboring China, tormented by insignificant government support for cleaner technology and scarcity of charging stations.
With a comparative population, India has merely 6,000 traveler electric vehicles on its streets, contrasted with China's 1.35 million, as indicated by Bloomberg NEF information. It additionally had only 425 openly accessible charging focuses toward the end of 2017 yet that is relied upon to rise to 2,800 charging points by 2022, as indicated by BNEF.