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Elon Musk tweets he’ll build an old-school drive-in at a Tesla charging station in LA

siliconreview Elon Musk tweets he’ll build an old-school drive-in at a Tesla charging station in LA

The Tesla boss, founder and CEO of SpaceX, an aerospace company, and Neuralink which aims to connect human brain with computer, co-chairman of OpenAI and also the founder of The Boring Company, Elon Musk tweeted this Sunday that he going to ‘put’ an old-school drive-in, roller skates and a rock restaurant at a charging station in LA. He also responded to a user that it will also include an outdoor screen, playing best scenes in movie history. These entertainment and food options will be added to the supercharger station near Interstate 405, LA. This idea of his became popular among his fans and customers garnering 180,000.

 With this tweet, he has announced his wish to enter the food and entertainment business. Usually, the Tesla customers have to wait twenty to thirty minutes in a charging station and this will give them things to do. From munching food while watching a cult scene from a movie with servers moving in and out on skates, not a bad way to kill the time, is it not?

 Few people also argue that this is his way of distracting people from the business stats with Tesla production falling behind the promised numbers. One user even replied to his tweet that he should be more worried about meeting production targets.

But thanks to his devoted fans and customers, and lithium-ion batteries and the ramp on model 3, the Tesla stocks have seen rise y 6%.     

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