The automaker continues to produce cars in Fremont, California. In 2020, Musk personally moved to Texas, home to SpaceX facilities and a new Tesla plant outside of Austin. The state capital of Texas will now be the new official home of Tesla.
Tesla sued Almeda County and then announced that the company was leaving the state. Within days, Musk revealed that he would move Texas to the site of Tesla's next factory in an announcement he would finalize the decision this week. < /p>
However, Tesla will not completely leave California. The Fremont plant is still running, and Musk told investors he plans to increase production by 50 percent, noting that "if you go to our Fremont plant, it will be broken" but It's hard for people to buy a home" in the area.
Despite Tesla's move, according to the law, the Texas automaker can still sell cars in the area, Musk told investors that won't change until 2023 due to part-time work. It does.
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