Elon Musk to announce ‘message of good hope’ for everyone living on the planet

Elon Musk has promised to bring a message of “hope” and “positivity” to all life on earth.

The Tesla founder took to Twitter to share the good news about an upcoming event for the electric car manufacturer, which he reckoned would benefit us all.

Writing on the platform he owns, Musk said: “Looking forward to Tesla Investor Day on March 1.

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“By this, we mean the broadest definition of investor, as in the people & life of Earth.

“It will be a message of good hope & positivity for the future.”

The investor day will take place on March 1, and will see Tesla discuss the next chapter in the firm’s development.

The firm is expected to announce the third part of its “master plan,” after part one and two a record marking the history of the firm up to this point.

Past parts of the master plan have included Tesla’s beginnings as a producer of small-batch cars for the wealthy enthusiast and the beginnings of self-driving technology.

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Due to be held at Giga, Texas, USA, Musk also posted about the event on February 8.

He said: “Master Plan three, the path to a fully sustainable energy future for Earth will be presented on March 1.

“The future is bright!”

It is thought one possible announcement of the upcoming Master Plan part three could see a furthering of the firm’s long-standing plan to make electric cars that are affordable and available to a far wider market.

It is also thought that updates on Tesla’s eagerly anticipated Cyber Truck could be revealed.

Autoweek reports that the Cyber truck is not expected to enter into development until late 2023 at the very earliest.

The event comes after Tesla has continued to try and grow its reach, opening two new factories in in Berlin-Brandenburg, Germany, and Austin, Texas.

The Giga Nevada site is also expected to be expanded as the form branches off into the production of semi-articulated trucks.

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