Tesla valued at $1tr after Hertz places order for 100,000 of its EVs

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Hertz has purchased 100,000 Model 3 Teslas and plans to roll out charging infrastructure across its North America and European markets | Credit:Hertz
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Hertz has purchased 100,000 Model 3 Teslas and plans to roll out charging infrastructure across its North America and European markets | Credit:Hertz

Rental giant Hertz plans to step up investment in electrifying its fleet and building out charging infrastructure across US and Europe

Car rental company Hertz has purchased 100,000 Teslas as part of wider plans to invest in electrifying its rental fleet, helping push the valuation of Elon Musk's company to over $1tr. Announcing the...

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