Tesla will begin the very first deliveries of the Model 3 sedan on July 28, 2017. The company had initially spoken about beginning production of its vehicles in 2017, and initiate deliveries by 2018. Recently, CEO Elon Musk stated that Tesla has cleared regulatory requirements ahead of schedule, and the very first deliveries will begin this month itself.
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Tesla has also spoken about its possibility of entering Indian shores, and setting up a Gigafactory plant. These, coupled with the Government of India's increasing focus on all-electric vehicles, may help expedite the company's India plans and also aid in establishing a battery charging network across Indian roads. The company is also reportedly looking at developing its own music streaming service to give its buyers a more premium, customised experience.