Musk met with Volkswagen CEO and visited Volkswagen electric vehicles ID.3 and ID.4
Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess, who are visiting in Germany, held a special meeting where Musk visited Volkswagen’s electric Car ID.3 and ID.4.
On Tuesday, Musk visited Germany and visited several projects related to Tesla. On Wednesday, Musk traveled to Berlin to meet with Peter Altmaier, the German Minister of Economy.
Altmeier is the main supporter of Tesla’s construction of the Gigafactory in Berlin. During the meeting, Altmeier told Musk that the German government will provide assistance to Tesla in any necessary way so that Tesla The Berlin plant is put into operation as soon as possible .
I thought that the last stop of Musk’s trip to Germany was to visit the Gigafactory in Berlin. Before visiting the factory, Musk talked with the media and fans on the spot, and made some interesting comments on the design changes of the core structure of the factory.
But in fact, this is not his last stop, because Musk later landed at Braunschweig Airport (Braunschweig Airport) to meet with Volkswagen CEO Diss. It should be noted that Braunschweig Airport is mainly used by Volkswagen.
German media reported: “Wednesday at 9:17 pm, when Musk’s private jet’Gulfstream G650′ took off from Berlin-Schönefeld Airport, everyone was thinking: This Tesla boss’s trip to Germany will arrive. That’s it. But only 26 minutes later, the plane landed at Braunschweig Airport because of a visit to Volkswagen CEO Deiss.”
In response, a Volkswagen executive confirmed the meeting between the two CEOs, but did not elaborate on the nature of the meeting. But at the airport, Musk visited Volkswagen’s ID.3 and ID.4 electric cars.
Just a few hours before the two met, Musk told fans outside the Gigafactory in Berlin that he thought Volkswagen had done a lot in terms of electrification.
As for Diss, he often praised Tesla and Musk’s approach to electric vehicles. Recently, he even predicted that Tesla might become the most valuable company in the world.
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