Musk And His Love For Twitter Gets Him The Idea Of ‘Dog Mode’
Seems like things have started being normal for Tesla’s head Elon Musk. This is what his recent reply on one of his follower’s question asking about a ‘dog mode’ says. In his tweet, the user asks Musk that whether it can be possible to put a Dog Mode in Tesla Mode 3. This Dog Mode will keep AC on with comfortable temperature, music on and a video playing on a display screen saying that “My owner will be right back”, to which Tesla man reverted in a yes.
Musk has always been a person known for his active replies and openness to communicate with people, though his openness has caused him some serious trouble as well. Last year he was being charged for making a tweet stating that he was planning to make Tesla private. Well, Musk has settled the case with a 20 million $ as fine and by stepping down from the chairmen post. In another incidence, his name was in the news as he accused a reporter who was working for Tesla’s biggest short-sales. He was also criticized when called a cave-diving expert from the UK a ‘Pedo-guy in his tweet. He proposed to help Thai-soccer team, which stuck in a cave with his kid-sized submarine. However, his lawyers have won in dismissing this last December.
Elon is one of those popular personalities who do not mind being open to the public. This statement gets weight by the words Twitter’s CEO used Jack Dorsey used in an interview with Kara Swisher (Tech Editor, NBC News). He said that Musk is his favorite influencer, his approach in solving problems existing today and his openness in sharing his views attracts him. He respects his journey and all the ups and downs, he has been in. Dorsey added.
Elon has always volunteered for the betterment of the world when Southern Australia was suffering from blackouts. He tweeted that he can fix this problem within a time frame of 100 days, if not a refund will be given to the Australian Government by him. He stayed on his words and gave Australia the world’s largest lithium-ion battery working as the backup for the power grid.