Jerome Guillen, Wolfgang Dürheimer.
“Tesla will carry out business in China following the country’s charging standard. But the standard hasn’t been released, and as a technology-driven innovative company, Tesla can’t stop and wait.”
This is Jerome Guillen, Tesla’s VP of worldwide sales and service, signalling the Californian carmakers readiness to adjust to the Chinese charging standard once it is set. Tesla will, however, continue to install its Superchargers in the meantime.
“We will solve the problem of you not finding an SUV for more than 140,000 pounds on the market.”
Bentley CEO Wolfgang Dürheimer is reenforcing the luxury brands stance in exclusivity. Rest assured, the upcoming SUV, which will also be offered as a plug-in hybrid, will be anything else than a bargain.
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