Tesla is at the heart of an astonishing lawsuit!

Tesla is currently at the heart of a lawsuit opposing him to the State of Louisiana, in the United States. In question, laws that would disadvantage the brand.

Since a few months, Tesla continues to make headlines. In most cases, it’s for good news, as the American manufacturer has managed to find a real production rate for its vehicles and suggests a very promising future. A few days ago, Elon Musk’s firm officially launched the Model Y Propulsion with us, and continues to work on its future models, including the Roadster and the Cybertruck, which should soon be released. But the manufacturer must also face some difficulties, in particular in its development in certain States. This is precisely what brought the brand to court.

unfavorable laws

Indeed, Tesla would like to be able to sell its cars in Louisiana without going through dealerships. However, the law of this State prohibits it, which somewhat upsets Elon Musk, whose brand practices direct sales in the rest of the world. For the manager, this law is too protectionist and above all anti-competitive. In addition, the boss accuses the State as well as the Louisiana Automobile Dealers Association (association of Louisiana dealers) of having conspired to create this law, in order to prevent Tesla from developing. According to an American site, Louisiana would have violated federal laws by banning direct sales since 2017, but also by doing everything to limit maintenance and rental of cars.

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A complaint lodged

Tesla therefore decided to file a complaint and not let it go, in order to be able to sell vehicles in this state. In it, it is then written that ” the consumer freedom of Louisiana is unduly restricted by protectionist, anti-competitive and ineffective state regulation“. For now, we do not know more about this case, which should probably soon be judged. It remains to be seen what the verdict will be in this conflict, to say the least interesting…

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