Tesla – whose presence seems to grow at an exponential rate as more drivers around the world look to make the jump from gas-powered vehicles to electric – is officially expanding its roots in Canada.
In a video originally shared to LinkedIn, Tesla provides an exciting glimpse into their R&D and manufacturing hub in Markham, ON, where the automaker “builds the machines that build the machine.” The video showcases a number of Tesla employees who share insights into their current projects and innovations, as the automaker looks to hire new talent for their growing teams on Canadian soil.
Currently, Tesla has over 100,000 employees worldwide, with large-scale factories in China, Germany, and the United States, and plans to continue expanding into other international markets at an increasingly impressive pace.
Tesla now has 25 retail and service locations in the country, along with over 1,200 Canadian employees and an Advanced Battery Research team based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Now, it seems, Tesla is looking to continue growing its R&D and manufacturing presence in Canada as well, as the automaker is currently advertising hundreds of active new positions across LinkedIn.