Tesla will open '2 or 3' some-more Gigafactories in a US

Musk was really critical with a announcement. He was vocalization in front of a National Governors Association, that is full of politicians looking for mercantile opportunities — he’s no doubt anticipating that governors will manoeuvre for a Gigafactory (and offer incentives) in their state. At a same time, though, it might be a picturesque forecast. Musk expects many new cars in a US to be EVs within 10 years, and to probably browbeat a marketplace in 20. If Tesla doesn’t have adequate factories in place, it risks losing business as electric travel hits a mainstream.

The speak also saw Musk import in on a few other topics. He’s not against to self-driving automobile regulations, though he believes they should end as record evolves. Also, he believes that car security is a high priority. He records that Tesla cars already have “special encryption” that protects critical systems like a powertrain and brakes, and he’s interesting a thought of a kill switch (of sorts) that no hacker could touch. Don’t count on governors seeing his regulatory advice, though it won’t be startling if destiny Teslas are better-equipped to understanding with online threats.

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