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Mayor of metelsa returns to Tesla: if the new factory is located in the state, it will be equipped with cybertruck police car (photo)

via:cnBeta.COM     time:2020/5/19 10:08:03     readed:76

Mayor of Tulsa G·T· Bynum recently unveiled a new proposal, When tesla is set up in oklahoma in the future Cybertruck Gigafactory, Cybertruck will be equipped in police cars.


G·T· Bynum tweeted Sunday showing a Cybertruck effect with the words "POLICE"." According to previous reports, his city is one of Tesla's candidate cities. Mayor Bynum added on Twitter,

In a statement, g.t. Bynum, the mayor of Tulsa, said:

While I can't comment on possible projects, it's clear that Tesla and Tulsa were built in the same spirit. Both companies are founded by pioneers who dream big and realize their dreams. Both try to change the world with a new energy.

Both sides have invested heavily in the most important thing, that is, people. Tulsa is a city that doesn't kill entrepreneurs - we respect them. As Tesla continues to rapidly change traffic around the world, I can't think of any place more suitable for them to advance this important work than green areas.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk confirmed in March that the company was busy looking for a new super factory location for Cybertruck, but he only said the company was focused on the central United States. A previous report said Nashville, Tennessee, was another possibility, but it appears the city is not on the list. In fact ," central america "can mean anywhere -- west to colorado and east to kentucky.

Cybertruck will be put into production by the end of 2021, the three-motor version will take the lead in production. by 2022, the lower price version will be put into production. recently, tesla delayed production of Semi and new Roadster, which may be one of the reasons for its concentration of resources in Cybetruck.

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