DETROIT, June 12 (Reuters) - Tesla Motors Inc will build an assembly plant in Europe once sales of its electric cars reach 160,000 vehicles a year in that region according to Chief Executive Elon Musk, the Automotive News reported on Thursday. "My aspirations for Europe are that we sell a comparable number of cars in Europe as the U.S.," Musk told Automotive News at an event in London to celebrate the delivery of the first right-hand-drive Model S sedans in the United Kingdom. He ...
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