New Delhi: Beginning his Twitter tirade in New Year, Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk has criticized Singapore, saying the government there has been “unwelcome” to his electric car plans for the city state.
Responding to one of his follower’s question on why Tesla was not yet in Singapore, Musk tweeted late Thursday: “Government has been unwelcome.”
This is not the first time Musk has complained about Singapore.
Last year, he tweeted that he wants Tesla in Singapore but the government was “not supportive” of electric vehicles.
Responding to another tweet, Musk said: “Singapore has enough area to switch to solar/battery and be energy-independent.” (IANS)
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