Elon Musk says Tesla wasn’t welcome to the White House electric-car summit
The White House held a summit on the eventual fate of electric vehicles on Thursday yet prohibited the country’s top-selling electric vehicle organization.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said on Twitter that his organization — which has been liable for about 74% of electric-vehicle deals in the US in the course of recent years — was not welcome to the occasion.
The White House occasion was about the fate of electric vehicles and efficiency guidelines. President Joe Biden talked from the White House steps, and he was joined by CEOs from Ford, General Motors and Chrysler’s parent organization, Stellantis.
On Thursday morning, Biden marked a chief request defining an objective to make half of all new vehicles sold in 2030 zero-emission vehicles.
“The future of the auto industry is electric — and made in America,” Biden tweeted.
As indicated by the Business Insider, White House press secretary Jen Psaki was asked during the press instructions whether Tesla was being barred from event because its employees were not part of an automotive union.
“I’ll let you draw your own conclusion,” Psaki responded.
As indicated by the Business Insider, Musk has publicly discouraged union efforts at Tesla and this might be the justification Tesla’s avoidance from this summit.
Because of inquiries from the press on why the CEO wasn’t welcomed, Musk reacted with an image calling the move “sabotage.”