July 2, 2022

Tesla Employees Forced to Fly Confederate Flag

Tesla has been in the news a lot recently, but not for reasons they want. The company is facing lawsuits from shareholders and employees alike, one of whom was forced to fly the Confederate flag at Tesla during his employment. This caused outrage within the workplace, which can be seen in leaked emails that show CEO Elon Musk’s reaction to this incident.

Earlier this year, news of Tesla’s failed attempt at taking on traditional automakers in Detroit started to leak. The company is said to have approached three separate car dealerships with the goal of buying them outright and converting their entire inventories into electric vehicles under Tesla branding. It did not take long for these dealerships to realize that they had no interest in doing this, however.

Tesla also recently sued former employees for the contents of an email that detailed manufacturing issues at Gigafactory 1. The company claims that the leaked information shows trade secrets, but has failed to produce specific details on what they are referring to when they make these assertions. According to Business Insider, one of Tesla’s former employees has been forced to fly a Confederate flag at work for the duration of his employment. After being confronted about this situation, CEO Elon Musk reportedly told him to off and that he is an idiot.

It is becoming evident that Tesla’s past rush to hire and expand has caused numerous problems across the company. This last quarter, quality issues with raw materials and polishing surfaced in a couple of new Model S cars that were ready for delivery. Tesla is also expanding their Supercharger network by leaps and bounds. The automaker is trying to do everything at the same time with the limited resources they have.

Good news for those living in London, Ontario can rejoice as Tesla has announced that they will be opening their first Canadian dealership in London, Ontario. This is great news for those living in Canada and should help to bolster sales of the Model S and future Tesla vehicles.

Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk recently told Automotive News that It’s an honor to be able to serve [Londoners], who I think are some of the most forward-thinking and enthusiastic people anywhere.

The dealership will be located at 565 Wellington Road in London, Ontario. Opening Day is scheduled for Friday, October 31st and has already created quite a stir amongst those living nearby. The store will feature a not only a showroom but also a service center. The fate of the store was unknown earlier this year as Musk hinted that Tesla may end up selling cars out of its factory (a la Apple Stores).

The company has done a great job with their Supercharger network, even if they are far behind schedule on deliveries and dealership openings. I give Tesla credit where it is due; they are following through on their promises for faster charging times and expanded networks. Selling cars out of the factory will allow Tesla to bypass dealership laws that have prevented them from selling vehicles in certain states.

Tesla’s expansion across Canada is another positive step forward for the automaker, who has been making strides to build momentum over the last few months. The increased competition from other automakers should help to drive down battery costs as lithium-ion batteries become more prevalent as a technology. This, in turn, will allow Tesla’s competitors to eventually produce their own affordable electric cars. Elon Musk is currently under investigation for his recent comments accusing a British diver of being a pedophile . Earlier this week, the billionaire CEO of Tesla publicly called British diver Vernon Unsworth aand that he is an idiot.

It is becoming evident that Tesla’s past rush to hire and expand has caused numerous problems across the company. This last quarter, quality issues with raw materials and polishing surfaced in a couple of new Model S cars that were ready for delivery. Tesla is also expanding their Supercharger network by leaps and bounds. The automaker is trying to do everything at the same time with the limited resources they have.

Good news for those living in London, Ontario can rejoice as Tesla has announced that they will be opening their first Canadian dealership in London, Ontario. This is great news for those living in Canada and should help to bolster sales of the Model S and future Tesla vehicles.

Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk recently told Automotive News that It’s an honor to be able to serve , who I think are some of the most forward-thinking and enthusiastic people anywhere.

The dealership will be located at 565 Wellington Road in London, Ontario. Opening Day is scheduled for Friday, October 31st (Halloween) and has already created quite a stir amongst those living nearby. The store will feature a not only a showroom but also a service center. The fate of the store was unknown earlier this year as Musk hinted that Tesla may end up selling cars out of its factory .

The company has done a great job with their Supercharger network, even if they are far behind schedule on deliveries and dealership openings. I give Tesla credit where it is due; they are following through on their promises for faster charging times and expanded networks. Selling cars out of the factory will allow Tesla to bypass dealership laws that have prevented them from selling vehicles in certain states.

Tesla’s expansion across Canada is another positive step forward for the automaker, who has been making strides to build momentum over the last few months. The increased competition from other automakers should help to drive down battery costs as lithium-ion batteries become more prevalent as a technology.