Musk showed an underground tunnel under Los Angeles

Musk showed an underground tunnel under Los Angeles

Musk showed an underground tunnel under Los Angeles

"That seemed extremely boring", Musk said of settling for concrete or steel blocks prior to the launch. It's hard to believe that it's already been almost nine months since SpaceX launched its Falcon Heavy rocket, sending a test payload into Sun-centric orbit, but here we are.

And while drilling this two-mile hole under a major USA city is an impressive feat and could be the beginning of a major shift in infrastructure and transportation, we just thought maybe-based on the early concept videos and Musk's penchant for sci-fi aesthetics-that the tunnel would look a little more like our Tron-inspired fantasies.

In an interview published by Re/code over the weekend, Musk acknowledged that the settlement places restrictions on what he is able to say in social media posts.

This isn't the first time Space X CEO has shown interest to enter the Indian market.

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The news made the company's stock rise by 5%, along with the announcement, on that same day, that all Tesla cars will begin to acquire full self-driving features in August.

Still, in his most recent tweet, Musk outlined the company's long-term vision for expanding beyond its current biggest markets. The company has already expanded to North America and also plans to extend their business to Europe, China, and Japan by the end of next year.

In his tweet, Musk was replying to a member of the public and mentioned that he had asked his service team at Tesla to expand locations to all populous areas.

Tesla's expansion plans include India, as well as Africa and South America. A Tesla Model X was also seen on the roads of Mumbai a year ago. The lawsuit cites repeated promises in 2017 that Tesla was "on track" to build 5,000 Model 3s per week by the end of that year at its factory in Fremont, California.

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