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By Friedrich Vogel

Tesla Enter the Mass Market, Causing ENIO to Profit

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Dear Companists,

Receiving more than 276,000 binding pre-orders while unveiling its new model, Tesla showed the international automotive industry that electric mobility will be the future. In terms of the price, the new Tesla model is meant for the mass market. Other manufacturers, especially German ones, will have to follow suit in order to successfully compete with Tesla, which is why they will also have to offer models for the mass market. As a result, the number of electric vehicles on European roads will soon increase.

For this system to work, however, a good charging infrastructure will be necessary. People such as Klaus Schmitz, partner at strategy and innovation consultancy Arthur D. Little (in the automotive department), have recently confirmed this as well. 

 

Number of Charging Stations Increases by 66 %

ENIO will directly profit from the recent developments, for our technology and expertise are what is needed now. Since our campaign launch, we have already expanded our network of charging stations from 1,500 to 2,500 units, that is, by over 66 %.

 

Media Feedback

German start-up magazine Gründerszene recently featured our company, and we were named start-up of the week by StartingUp. Today, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (print and online) also published an article on ENIO.

 

Thanks very much for your support! With your help, we will keep shaping the future of electric mobility.

 

Best regards from Vienna,

The ENIO team



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