Tesla Now Friends with BMW, Nissan After Making Patents Public
Jun 19, 2014 11:35
Tesla co founder and CEO, Elon Musk announced that his company's patented EV technology will be available for all to use "in good faith". They've now attracted the interest of two automakers in the progress of EVs - Nissan and BMW.
The Bloomberg article details this adds that Musk’s ultimate goal is to not just share their own tech, but also have other manufacturers who can contribute actually do so.
He is convinced it won’t hurt the company in the long term.
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