In China, Tesla future is uncertain; Elon Musk calls it a 'wild card'
Not everyone agrees. Litchfield Hills Research's Theodore O'Neill called Tesla's entry in China a big risk because of the possibility of Chinese automakers reverse-engineering the Model S by taking one apart and rebuilding a similar version under a Chinese car badge. Tesla chief Elon Musk himself has called China a "wild card" of sorts, and the company hasn't put out any forecasts for the country. Tesla did tap former Bentley China executive Kingston Chang to be the company's general manager in China. Tesla will open its first Beijing showroom in Parkview Green Mall, China's first mixed-use development to get LEED-Platinum certified for its environmentally friendly design, so it's off to a green start.
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