EV makers will outline “pathways to a fully sustainable energy future for the planet” on Investor Day on March 1, Musk tweeted. Tesla has already said its expansion plans and next-generation platform for low-cost cars will be on the agenda.
Musk first unveiled Tesla’s master plan in 2006, outlining its ambition to build a high-performance sports car and use the proceeds from that product to gradually build more affordable electric vehicles. . Ten years later, he built his solar roof, expanded into all major automotive segments, and authored a “part deux” detailing his ambitions to develop self-driving capabilities.
Much of the second master plan remains unfinished.
The solar roof deployment was unsuccessful. Tesla has only four production cars, and they are not self-driving cars.Tesla’s claims for self-driving capabilities and Musk’s role in shaping them now Subject to Investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
https://www.autonews.com/automakers-suppliers/elon-musk-prepares-tesla-master-plan-march-1-investor-day Elon Musk prepares Tesla’s ‘master plan’ for Investor Day on March 1st.