Because of the government imposed shut down, Tesla may be moving out of California.
On Saturday, Elon Musk’s Tesla, sued California’s Alameda county for prohibiting the automaker from restarting manufacturing operations at its plant in Fremont. Tesla had been preparing to get the assembly lines running again Friday, but the county said the company “must not reopen” due to local restrictions on nonessential businesses.
On Twitter earlier Saturday, Musk called the county’s order the “final straw.” He threatened to move Tesla’s HQ “and future programs to Texas/Nevada immediately,” while the status of its Fremont plant will depend “on how Tesla is treated in the future.”
Tesla employes about 10,000 people at its plant in Fremont.