Electric car maker Tesla is now going to start its business in India. The Top Company Tesla Opens First Office In Bengaluru
Let us know that on January 8, Tesla has set up its new company Tesla India Motors and Energy Private Limited in Bengaluru, the capital of Karnataka.
Tesla has registered and opened an office at Richmond Circle Junction in Bangalore.
The company will sell electric vehicles in India
For information, let us know that the company will now sell its electric cars in India.
According to the documents of the Registrar of Companies (RoC), the company will import, sell, service, maintain and repair electric vehicles, stationary energy systems and equipment, energy generation systems and equipment, solar plants and solar electric systems.
With Tesla entering India, Indian customers will now get the opportunity to buy electric cars with good range and battery.
The company has two share holders
The company has two share holders, Tesla International BV and Tesla Motors Netherlands BV, established in the country.
Tesla International BV holds 9,990 shares of the company and Tesla Motors Netherlands BV holds 10 shares of it.
For your information, let us know that the three boards of the company are David John Feinstein, Venkatarangam Sriram and Vaibhav Taneja.
Taneja is the Chief Accounting Officer and Fensteen Senior Executive at Tesla.
Nitin Gadkari welcomed the company
Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa welcomed Tesla to India.
At the same time, Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari said that Tesla will soon start its work with a research and development unit in Bengaluru city of India. Along with this, he welcomed Elon Musk to India.
Explain that the registration number of this company, which started its business in India, is 142975.
Model 3 car will be launched in Indian market
In October last year, Tesla’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Elon Musk gave a tweet informing that the company will enter India in 2021.
According to the news, the company can launch the Model 3 itself in India. It will have a 60Kwh lithium ion battery.
Also, its top speed will be 162mph. It will be able to accelerate from 0-60 km in three seconds. It is estimated to cost Rs 55 lakh.
Cars were booked by customers in 2016
Earlier, the company had planned to come to India in the year 2016.
At that time, the company had deposited Rs 60,000 from customers who wanted to buy his cars. However, those customers did not receive the cars.
In 2017, the CEO of the company was asked to deliver the cars by the summer of 2018, after customers expressed their displeasure, but this was not possible due to the intricacies of the FDI norms.