Tesla’s Investor Day is coming in a couple of weeks, and the electrical automobile maker is beginning to generate hype across the occasion. As Elon Musk confirmed that Grasp Plan Half 3 will likely be mentioned on the occasion, Tesla additionally began sending out Investor Day invitations.
As per the invitation, Tesla Investor Day will likely be held at Giga Texas on March 1. These lucky sufficient to obtain invites are required to RSVP by 11:59 p.m. on February 24, 2023 to safe their slot on the occasion. Attendees are knowledgeable that they are going to obtain a singular QR code ticket and extra data main as much as the occasion.
Simply as it’s with Tesla’s different high-profile occasions and merchandise, the invitation for Investor Day included an Easter egg. The Easter egg got here within the type of a singular, textured background that was utilized in each the Investor Day invite and the occasion’s graphic that was posted by Elon Musk on Twitter.
It’s troublesome to decipher what the pictures within the background precisely are from afar, however a more in-depth take a look at them hints on the “scale” that Elon Musk has been referencing for Grasp Plan Half 3 for a few 12 months now. Cory Steuben, the President of Munro and Associates, the corporate which has torn down a number of Teslas through the years, famous that the textured background used within the Investor Day invite was comprised of auto our bodies used for manufacturing.
A background that includes a large wall of auto our bodies goes according to Elon Musk’s remark that Investor Day will focus on Grasp Plan Half 3. Whereas Musk has not shared particular particulars about his subsequent large plan for Tesla, he has acknowledged up to now that Grasp Plan Half 3 is anxious with how the electrical automobile maker scales to an “excessive dimension.”
Elon Musk’s earlier feedback additionally counsel that Grasp Plan Half 3 could be targeted on Synthetic Intelligence, in addition to sections involving his different ventures like SpaceX and The Boring Firm.