Elon Musk is noted for his hard work and planning a grand entry in the Indian automotive market. Although the route has not been decided yet, we think they will enter India by CKD route. No matter which route they choose, we can expect them to achieve rapid success as they truly define the next level of automotive.
Carlo.in is here with 5 reasons why Tesla could be a threat to existing car manufacturers in India.
First all-electric carmaker in India
Whether it is a roadster, a Model 3 or any other Tesla, whatever they bring to India will be electric. For those who do not yet know, Tesla is an all-electric brand and has not found any power source for its vehicles other than electricity. Given the gradual increase in EV sales in India, we can definitely say that people can move to this brand as they will have many options to choose from if they are going for an electric car.
Tesla to introduce Indians to Autopilot
Although India is not ready for this at the moment, Tesla can change its autopilot navigation system according to Indian needs. This means that if Cesley comes to India soon then we can lay our hands on a self-driving car.
Okay, if you go through Tesla’s lineup, you’ll realize that they have a well-researched EV technology. Out-of-the-box features certainly come as an add-on, but the main thing to note here is that Indian brands like Tata and Mahindra have the same EV on sale.
Tesla means technology
Well, Tesla has currently got some really out-of-the-box features, which will definitely make it stand out in the Indian market, given that viewers are already crazy about the features. Be it dog mode, sentry mode or any other modern day feature that Tesla offers, it will definitely help drive its sales in India.
Creators are known around the world for the amount of hard work required to make them technologically advanced in this world. Be it hyper loop or some other tech, Elon Musk is most often seen making High tech stuff. Tesla is one of their earliest inventions and I’m sure everyone who loves Musk would love to get their hands on the technology that has already developed a great name in the international automotive industry.