Big News - Tesla Model X Will Arrive in South Africa Next Week
Published Feb. 18, 2021, 1:02 p.m. by Ashish More
The ambition of bringing Tesla' Model X Performance Edition all-electric SUV in South Africa has taken by a sustainable tech-firm called 'Rubicon'
Interesting facts about Tesla Model X
Tesla, inc. Introduced the Model X in 2015. Later on, in a press release, the company has declared that Model X is the safest SUV ever on the planet. This model has not only bagged the "safest SUV" title but also in the year 2017, It has received a 5-star crash safety rating across all the categories and sub-categories from "National Highway Traffic Safety Administration" in the United States.
Tesla Model X and Rubicon
"This a big move that will assistant and expand the profiles of renewable energy in the Nation" – The Director of Rubicon Energy & E-Mobility, Greg Blandford.
In an interview, he stated, all the vehicles which will be arriving in this country will be utilised for marketing purposes within our company. And this is an initiative to promote Tesla Powerwall which will be the official entry of Rubicon into the world of the electric vehicle.
This was never about Tesla's official arrival or a green signal from the authority into South Africa's automobile sector. But this is more about learning the significance of electric vehicles in the market. That's why we have our focus on things that highlight all forms of electric mobility that will accelerate South Africa's automobile industry & support electric vehicles for the well-being of our future - The Director of Rubicon.
When Rubicon' Model X will be shown to South Africans, they will experience how the Electric future in the nation looks like. Plus, will get the ultimate knowledge about high-performance wheels & technology which will be showcased along with the Tesla Model X for the first time in South Africa.
This electric vehicle will move between the major hub for the next few weeks since the day of its launch and serve dozens of marketing events for Tesla Powerwall & electric vehicle chargers.
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