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Elon Musk said it's 'financially insane' to buy a car that isn't electric and won't be able to drive itself — but there are 3 reasons why he might be wrong

Business Insider Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Elon Musk said it's 'financially insane' to buy a car that isn't electric and won't be able to drive itself — but there are 3 reasons why he might be wrong· Tesla CEO Elon Musk says it doesn't make financial sense to buy a car that isn't electric and won't be able to receive an upgrade that will make it self-driving.
· But there are multiple factors that call Musk's claim into question.
· Musk says Tesla owners will be able to make money by using their cars in an autonomous...
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Tesla's founder and CEO, Elon Musk says that a submarine car could possibly be produced some day. During the company's shareholders meeting, Musk said: "we do have a design for a submarine car like the one from 'The Spy Who Loved Me.'" Musk was referring to the 1976 Lotus Esprit, which was driven on...

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