Tesla, which has four vehicle factories in operation around the world, is planning to build more factories to increase the production of electric vehicles and meet the needs of more consumers, according to foreign media reports.
Tesla’s potential future factory locations include Mexico, a foreign media report mentioned that Tesla and the northeastern Mexican state of Nuevo León, is negotiating a potential factory, but the two sides have not reached a final agreement.
The fact that Tesla and Nuevo Leon are in talks to build a factory but have not yet reached an agreement was revealed by Nuevo Leon, the state’s deputy minister of economic development, in a statement to the foreign press in which he explicitly mentioned that no agreement had been reached.
In addition, the foreign media reports also show that Nuevo Leon mentioned in the statement that he is currently unsure whether the decision on the construction of a potential Tesla factory, will be made this year.
The news that Tesla may build a factory in Mexico came after Musk’s visit to Nuevo Leon last year, when he met with Samuel Garcia, governor of Nuevo Leon, and Nuevo Leon, deputy minister of economic development.
Nuevo Leon said that, as with other companies considering investing in a factory, they would provide as much information as possible so that the company could make the best decision.
As with Tesla’s factories in other countries, whether they will eventually build a factory in Nuevo Leon, Mexico, will be determined after they formally announce the construction of the plant, and the specific details of the plant will only be revealed gradually after the relevant news is announced.