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Wednesday, 27 May 2020 12:28

The Tesla Dilemma: Texas or Tulsa

Written by Joey Klender, Teslarati

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Tulsa is also slightly more centralized than Austin, as it is closer to the geographical center of the country. While it may not provide much of an advantage as far as location goes, it is slightly more centralized than Austin.

 

I also feel like Tulsa may want the factory a little bit more than Austin. I could be wrong here, because what city wouldn’t want a manufacturing plant that will provide 12,000+ jobs and a positive economic impact? But Tulsa took a statue of an oil driller and put Tesla’s logo on it, and I feel like that is pretty special in itself considering the city’s rich roots in oil drilling. It is especially impressive the local figures in Tulsa are willing to sit there and modify a very notable statue in the area to woo Tesla in their direction.

 

Simply enough, it’s pretty obvious Texas is the favored choice. At least it is for me. While Tulsa does have its advantages, it just doesn’t seem like it would provide enough benefits that make it a clear favorite over Texas. Musk has also mentioned Texas on numerous occasions like I previously mentioned, and really, economically, I think it provides more benefits to Tesla as a company.

 

What do you think?

 

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