Elon Musk surprises again, this time with an unusual statement that opens the possibility of a possible merger with a car manufacturer. After making Tesla, a startup born from scratch, in less than 20 years the most valuable car manufacturer in the world in terms of stock prices, now is the time to explore, from the top, new options.
The collaborations that emerged at difficult times for the California-based brand ended in the mid-2010s, coinciding with the launches of the models that established Tesla as a real alternative in the market.
Elon Musk, who has received the so-called Oscar of the engineers: the Axel Springer Prize Award in Germany, surprised locals and strangers after confessing during an interview a frankly explosive idea:
Tesla currently enjoys a significant competitive advantage over the competition. This distance with the rest of the manufacturers is recognized openly from the Volkswagen headquarters by Herbert Diess himself and his Audi partner Markus Duesmann.