Elon Musk: “Woz is a lovable, fuzzy bear 🐻” – TeslaWeekly

Elon Musk: “Woz is a lovable, fuzzy bear 🐻”

Elon Musk must be in a good mood nowadays as evidenced by him having fun with selling flamethrowers and now trolling the Internet by calling Steve Wozniak, the Apple co-founder, a “lovable, fuzzy bear.”




Recently Wozniak was speaking at Nordic business conference and when asked about Tesla, he shared his disillusionment with Elon and Tesla’s promises like autonomous driving.  (see more, Apple co-founder Wozniak struggles with disillusionment over Tesla and Elon).

While Wozniak said that he still loves his Tesla, he says drives his Chevy Bolt most of the time.  Apparently he likes the smaller size of the Bolt.

Yesterday a Twitter user, Omara Uddin, asked Elon what he thought about the concerns Wozniak brought up.

Elon replies, “Woz is a lovable, fuzzy bear 🐻”.

Apparently Elon and Wozniak know each other personally, so Elon is just having some fun.  Emoji and all.




Elon Musk: Boring Company’s flamethrowers are sold out

Elon Musk tweeted last night, “Flamethrowers sold out.”  And now the Boring Company’s website shows that they are no longer selling flamethrowers since all 20,000 have been sold.

Elon also tweeted that “All flamethrowers will ship with a complimentary boring fire extinguisher.”

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According to it’s 2017 year-end report submitted to the California DMV, Tesla has not tested any vehicles on public roads in California in autonomous mode for the reporting year 2017 (November 30, 2016-December 1, 2017).

This news comes in the midst of mounting frustrations over delays in Tesla’s Full Self Driving feature, which Tesla currently sells as a $3000 option in all of its new cars, to be enabled in a future date following extensive software validation and regulatory approval. According to Tesla’s marketing print, Full Self Drive means, complete autonomous driving. You simply tell the car where it needs to go and the car will drive to the final destination with no input from the passenger.

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