Tesla cars will soon be seen in large numbers in the Indian market!

The world’s well-known electric vehicle maker Tesla has canceled its plan to enter the Indian market. This has happened due to the non-reduction of import charges by the Indian government, due to which the planning of Tesla’s entry in India has gone into cold storage. It is now being reported that the company has started rehiring local employees, giving hope to the news of Tesla coming to India.

In a way, this could be a blow to the jobs that Tesla is likely to create in the country. India is the world’s largest market, in which Tesla does not have a presence. Higher import charges have been a major hurdle for Tesla’s entry in the Indian market. Although there were some indications that it could enter the Tesla market in 2022. It incorporated an Indian unit in Bangalore as the company’s Indian branch.

The Indian government helps companies that manufacture electric vehicles in India in many ways, including higher import charges for electric vehicles. This policy has made it difficult for foreign EV companies in China and the US who are unable to enter the Indian market. Tesla had planned to build an EV production facility in India, but it was to be seen how its vehicles perform in the market first. Currently 7 Tesla EVs have been tested and passed in India. The Transport Minister of the Government of India has told that the government wants Tesla to come to India and make electric cars, and not import them from China and sell them in India. There are no service centers and supercharger stations in India yet.

Let us tell you that some Tesla employees in India are now getting re-employed in foreign jobs. At the same time, the biggest difficulty in building Tesla’s EV production unit in China is its emphasis on adaptive import systems. The government will not act to its liking and hence the company is turning its attention elsewhere.<!–


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