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Watch Elon Musk and Jay Leno drive the Cybertruck through a Boring Company tunnel

Jay Leno may be best known as the former host of the Tonight Show, but you probably also know that he’s got a serious thing for cars. Now his day job consists of the show Jay Leno’s Garage, and on the latest episode, he met with the one and only Elon Musk, Tesla and SpaceX CEO, and founder of the Boring Company.

Oh, and he drove a very popular vehicle with Musk riding shotgun: the Tesla Cybertruck. A high honor indeed, as the world clamors for every bit of detail on the electric pickup truck.

Musk and Tesla’s

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The way of the future: Howard Hughes Co. is pitching Elon Musk on a Vegas Tesla HQ

“Show me all the blueprints. Show me all the blueprints.”


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Elon Musk, being an outspoken gazillionaire with an interest in engineering, inevitably draws more than a few comparisons to Howard Hughes, aka the guy responsible for the Spruce Goose and the subject of my favorite Martin Scorcese film

That’s why it’s funny and a little ironic that he’s recently been approached by the Howard Hughes Corporation about moving Tesla HQ to Las Vegas, according to a report published Thursday by ABC News 3 Las Vegas.

So, you might be a little lost at this point. First,

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Tesla ‘full self-driving’ price will increase by $1,000 on July 1, Elon Musk says

Autopilot always requires a driver’s full attention.


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Tesla’s infamous “full self-driving” option will apparently get a small price hike this summer. Prospective buyers will have to pay around $1,000 more for this option beginning July 1, Elon Musk tweeted on Monday.

At the moment, the full self-driving package costs $7,000, so this would bring the asking price up to $8,000 or so. The exact price is unclear,

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Elon Musk confirms Tesla production restart, willing to be arrested defying order


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Tesla officially restarted production on Monday at its plant in Fremont, California, albeit not on the local government’s terms. CEO Elon Musk confirmed workers are back on the job and specifically said the decision goes against Alameda County’s stay-at-home order.

In fact, Musk said he’s willing to be placed under arrest as the factory restarts.

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