According to an Electrek report, the company has applied to the United States Patent and Trademark Office for three new trademarks covering the categories “Restaurant Services, Pop-up Restaurant Services, Self-Service Restaurant Services, and Takeaway Restaurant Services.” “.
“The application is awaiting review and will be reviewed by a lawyer around August 27,” the report said Tuesday.
Tesla’s iconic “T” logo is used in trademarked applications for use in restaurants of that brand.
Back in 2017 Tesla CTO JB Straubel said the company could enter the restaurant business.
In 2018, Musk tweeted, “We plan to put old school drive-ins, roller skates, and rock restaurants in one of the new restaurants. Tesla LA Supercharger Location “.
A few months later, Tesla applied for a permit to build a “restaurant and supercharger station” in a location in Santa Monica, USA.
The project has been refrigerated for approximately three years and a new building application is currently being submitted earlier this year.
This new development probably means that the company is planning a “Tesla” branded restaurant chain.
With over 25,000 superchargers, Tesla owns and operates the world’s largest global fast charging network, located on major routes near convenient facilities.
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