Elon Musk responded to a Twitter user who put Apple, Xiaomi, LG, Sony, and Huawei (as electric car makers) in the same alliance with Tesla.
Elon Musk is known for his witty responses on social media platforms. From indulging in self-deprecating humor to replying to tweets with eggplant emojis, the CEOs of Tesla and SpaceX made us all laugh over and over again. Previously, no one believed in his worldview until he rode his Tesla Roadster on his mighty Falcon Heavy rocket into space during its maiden flight in February 2018.
This is proven in proof of the billionaire businessman’s genius and his nonchalant attitude towards danger and the world towards him. So when Musk said something, everyone was paying attention, whether it was cryptocurrency or colonizing the moon.
On Monday, he told Twitter users that it is not easy to achieve what he has achieved at Tesla. Twitter user Utsav Techie (@utsavtechie) seems to suggest that many tech companies are making electric cars or making electric cars, from Apple to Xiaomi, from LG to Sony, Huawei, and of course Tesla.
Elon Musk replied: “The prototype is easy, but the production is difficult.”
Apple making a car
Xiaomi making a car
LG making a car
Sony making a car
Huawei making a car
Tesla is already making cars
Everyone gonna make cars
— Utsav Techie (@utsavtechie) May 2, 2021
Many Twitter users support Musk’s comment
Sometimes it’s just sounds great on paper
But in reality not so much pic.twitter.com/DvWbXOypuR
— William webb (@cooldarkshin) May 3, 2021
When Musk joined Tesla as a co-founder of Tesla and explored the market for electric cars, few people were convinced. He said that electric cars are not a practical substitute for polluting petroleum-based vehicles. In a discussion at the 2013 D11 conference, Musk himself admitted that getting into the electric vehicle business is “one of the dumbest things you can do.” He said he would join this market because he “saw a huge market” and because he clearly already knew that no major automaker would produce electric cars. In a previous tweet, Musk explained in more detail why he thinks the process from prototype to production is very difficult. He wrote on Twitter: “Tesla and Ford are the only American automakers that have not gone bankrupt with more than 1,000 startups.
Just started reading Engines That Move Markets
…and by reading I mean looking at the pictures. pic.twitter.com/1ZF5KRD2ZL
— Sam Korus (@skorusARK) March 4, 2021
” Ford CEO Jim Farley said: “Respect.” Space for electric cars. Its popular electric passenger vehicles include the Model 3, Model S, and Model Y. It is said that the company will soon enter the Indian market.