Elon Musk, Bob Lutz.
“We’re actually in talks with some manufacturers about doing just that, and it will be exciting to share that news.”
Elon Musk once again emphasized that he is willing to open up the Supercharger network to other manufacturers. But non-Tesla EVs must be able to support the chargers’ power output and carmakers would have to chip in according to their usage of the system.
“There is absolutely no reason to assume that Apple is going to be financially successful in the electric car business.”
Former General Motors Vice Chairman Bob Lutz thinks Apple’s reported EV venture is going to be a ‘gigantic money pit.’ He points towards established car industry incumbents who have been failing to make electric cars economically viable for years.
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