The world’s biggest electric car parking facility, in the capital of Brazil’s biggest city, is known as the “Tesla” lot.
And the company is known to be working hard to make the place a better place for people and the environment.
But some have been upset by the company’s apparent attempt to “take over” the lot and use the branding.
And it all started with an image that has become the butt of many jokes around the internet.
“Tesla’s logo” The image has been used by Tesla in promotional material for years.
But for some it’s become a symbol for the company and a bit of a symbol of the company, too.
In 2015, Tesla had to defend itself after it was revealed that it was planning to move the parking lot to a site in a remote part of Brazil.
“They just took all the pictures of the Tesla lot and said, ‘We’re moving it to this place.
We’ll make a lot of money by the time it’s done,'” said Marcelo Marinho, who manages the car lot.
“The next day they took all of the pictures again and said that it’s all part of the plan to sell the lot.”
Tesla said that they had not asked the city for permission to use their logo, but that they are working with the local government to find a way to incorporate it into the lot.
The Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro, however, is not averse to a bit more creative branding.
“We have already seen some people using Tesla logos on some of our signage,” Mayor Antonio Della Fattore told local media.
The image was used by the Brazilian government in an advertisement in 2017, with the words “Tesla in Brazil”.
The company also recently changed the name of the lot to “Volt”.
In addition, the company also used the image in a promotional video about electric cars.
Tesla has since removed the Tesla logo from the lot, and the company said it is working with city officials to find another space to operate.
“Ventura de Tesla” Tesla’s brand name in Brazil is “Venera”.
The logo was originally adopted in Argentina in 2006.
In 2008, it was used for the country’s electric vehicles in the same place.
But in 2017 Tesla was criticised for its efforts to turn the Tesla-branded car lot into a green-energy project.
In an article on the company website, Tesla said that the car park is “designed for energy conservation, for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and for enhancing air quality and reducing traffic.”
But environmental groups have been quick to decry the company.
“With the approval of the Brazilian authorities, the government should ensure that the Tesla parking lot is a sustainable and ecologically sound project,” said the Ecofísica Brasileira do Estado, the umbrella group of environmental groups in Brazil.
“The car park will only increase the pollution and emissions of air and water, and it will worsen the health and the quality of the environment,” said Ana Paula de Souza, executive director of the National Environmental Network.
“It is the first time a parking lot was built in a country without proper environmental controls.”
The company has previously been accused of using its power to buy land from the government.
It bought the former “Toluha” petrol station in Brasilia, which was later converted into a Tesla car lot, for an undisclosed amount.
However, in 2018 the Brazilian Government announced that the company was going to donate half of the profits from the project to local and state authorities.
“For years, we’ve been waiting for the right opportunity to buy the land and make a car park here in Rio,” said Carlos Fernandes, the CEO of the local firm.
“I’m so glad to see that the project has been approved.
The car park has already become a real green space.”