Tesla Strengthens Presence And Resolve During Model X’s Debut In China, Tesla President Affirms Delivery

Apr 25, 2016 06:55 AM EDT | Alexa Parker


It stands out that Tesla has strengthened its presence and resolve for excellence during Model X's debut in China. Even the Tesla president affirms the delivery of these segments in the coming months.

Unlike the Tesla Model 3, the Model X would be released first on the road in the forthcoming weeks. In a post from Electrek, declarations were given regarding the Model X hitting the stalls sooner than anticipated.

To support the cause and the event, Jon McNeill, Tesla's President of Global Sales and Services, went to China to oversee and stand witness to Model X's Asian unveiling held in Beijing. It appears that Tesla is following a timeline for every region. For the Model X released in the US, it occurred last September in Fremont, California. As of last month, it was the European launching in Geneva Motor Show that presented the Model X and lastly, it is now China's turn to showcase the brute force and horsepower of the Model X.

Meanwhile, according to the same post Tesla is consistently implementing transparency in all of its prices such as all segments that hits the stalls are priced the same value regardless of transportation costs, import duties as well as taxes.

Moreover, McNeill did not pass the moment without sharing his thoughts, and according to him, "The Tesla Model X is designed to achieve excellent safety performance. Crash test results show, the Model X received five-star safety rating in all the tests, which is a first for a SUV."

On a different note, although Tesla is now enjoying an influx of positive events and undertaking, it has recently received scrutiny owing to the fact that one of its powerhouses left their wings and went to work under the shelter of Apple, reports The Verge.

The Model X's debut in China is Tesla's declaration of stability and strength. As the company affirms the delivery, it is also fortifying its presence in the volatile world of commerce and trade.

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