Tesla wins Taiwan military contract for a fleet of 20 electric vehicles

Date: Feb. 13th 2020
By: Fred Lambert

Tesla has won a contract with the Taiwanese military police to provide them with a fleet of 20 electric vehicles. And no, we’re not talking about military Cybertrucks.

A lot of fleet operators are starting to see the benefit of converting to electric vehicles, and especially the Model 3, which offers arguably the best balance of range, efficiency, functionalities, and price.

We have seen several taxi companies and police departments starting to add Tesla Model 3 vehicles to their fleet.

Now even military police fleets are getting on board.

The Taiwan Military Police, or the Republic of China Military Police (ROCMP), has bought two Tesla Model 3 vehicles, according to the official Tesla Owners Club of Taiwan:

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