Press Release (ePRNews.com) - BANGALORE, India - Apr 06, 2016 - If you are not aware about Tesla’s Model 3, here are few things you might want to know. It is the first mass production electric car that Tesla recently launched. Already 250K + bookings were made globally for this model. The car will run 215 miles in one full charge and comes at price tag of $35K.
While Tesla is a USA based company, Model 3 is launched globally. Courtesy the visit of Indian Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi to Tesla and meeting with Elon Musk during September last year, during that time Tesla chief information officer Jay Vijayan has said that Tesla plans to enter the Indian market when it launches its less expensive Model 3. *
Now with the launch of Model 3, we have seen its booking happening in India too. Vijay Shekhar Sharma, founder of mobile wallet company Paytm, venture capitalist Mahesh Murthy, Vishal Gondal of wearable and fitness technology company GOQii, and Sujayath Ali, CEO of online fashion platform Voonik are among those who tweeted about booking the Model 3.
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myofficecab is the first Indian cab company which has also gone ahead with the booking of Tesla’s Model 3. myofficecab will be contributing average 3 times more positively to the environment through Tesla Model 3. Wonder how? It will be taking average 3 to 4 employees to their office and back, through which the reduction in pollution becomes 3x more compared to a normal electric car and also contribute significantly in reducing peak hour traffic.
myofficecab has been committed to the cause of providing environment friendly transportation, it has already helped reduce 15+ million grams of CO2 emission so far, through its environment friendly fleet and by plating one tree per cab per month, in collaboration with schools like Baldwin Boys school and Vibyour Harlur. myofficecab’s CEO Bhaskar Chavda said that he is very excited to book a Tesla Model 3 and hopefully Tesla can take inputs to understand India’s transportation requirements which can go as an input for the development of Tesla’s future models.
* (http://fortune.com/2015/09/27/indian-prime-minister-tesla/) Source :