Tesla Environmental Impact
- Aug 24, 2021 2:32 pm GMT
Yes Mr. Musk is as rich as Midas, and maybe arrogant, but he is totally focused and very serious about everything he does. He also surrounds himself with the best engineers and other employees, and insists that they are just as dedicated as him. Given the quote at the beginning of this post, there can be no doubt that Tesla is a major force to move the world to a more viable future.
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