Elon Musk could be ready to rage gave up California. He’s revealed fury on Twitter over lockdown restrictions in Alameda County where the Tesla Motors Fremont factory is positioned, and tweeted the following barrage over the weekend:
Musk continued tweeting, attracting fans to object to their local government officials over the problem and comparing the Alameda County lockdown to other neighboring counties which he stated had actually been suffering ‘no ill effects’ from continued industrial operation.
Local government in Alameda does not consider Tesla manufacture to be an ‘important organisation’ and has therefore been purchased to be closed up until completion of Might at the earliest, following an original lockdown beginning on 23 March.
While great deals of carmakers worldwide are beginning to begin production once again, with the likes of VW, Ford and Porsche all rekindling assembly lines, Tesla remains inactive. It’s the only carmaker based in California, with CEO Musk repeatedly voicing frustration in current weeks at what he views as over-zealous, unconstitutional measures versus personal liberties in the United States.
So far, more than 80,000 people are understood to have died from COVID-19 in the United States, with more than 1.3 million understood cases taped. Both figures are the greatest tolls for a single county in the world.
Earlier in Might Tesla shares saw $14 billion wiped off their value after Musk tweeted that he believed Tesla’s stock price was expensive. In, erm, mildly much better news, the Tesla Design 3 was the UK’s best-selling cars and truck in April, while the marketplace as an entire contracted by 97 per cent.
Have a baby, lose a fortune, handle the government– it’s all in a week’s tweeting for Elon Musk, who also had time to record a podcast with Joe Rogan in which he said the 250 miles per hour Tesla Roadster now won’t get here up until after 2022, as a ‘dessert’ as soon as the Cybertruck and Semi have successfully reached full-blown production. Place your bets what occurs next.