Tesla wasn't present at the Geneva Motor Show, but since we found the Audi e-tron in camouflage, how hard could it be to find a Tesla Model 3?

As it turns out, there is one Model 3 at the show, at the Caresoft Global stand.

Caresoft Global is a company that apparently purchased several first Model 3s (at more than $100,000 per unit) for the purpose of analyzing, disassembling and then selling technical information to competitors at a profit.

It's sort of ironic to see that the Tesla Model 3 in Geneva was made possible by a company that, through its activities, contributes to a decreasing market advantage for Tesla.

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https://twitter.com/CaresoftGlobal/status/970418069960052736

Source: automobile-propre.com