He added: "Unless they're keeping it incredibly secret, which is unlikely, I don't think any of the vehicle companies are likely to be a serious competitor".
The filing says Musk will buy another $20 million worth of stock in a transaction with the automaker that should close by next week.
Last week, Musk said Tesla stopped would stop selling self-driving hardware on its website because customers were confused, and "didn't understand the different between enhanced Autopilot and full=self-driving".
He added that Apple still makes great phones, though.
Elon Musk doesn't think that Apple products "blow people's minds" in the same way that they did at one point in time.
First up, we have Apple's Senior Director of Mac Product Marketing, Tom Boger, speaking with Canadian Rene Ritchie from iMore on his podcast, Vector. Musk gave a presentation to PM Modi on the revolutionary technologies being developed by Tesla, which is likely to change the face of the motor industry and have wider implications on developing countries like India on renewable energy. But employees go back and forth between the companies all the time.
Tesla has often struggled to hit its chief executive's ambitious production forecasts.
Musk may be tapping into a growing view on Apple products. When the less expensive iPhone XR - the "Model 3" to the iPhone XR's "Model S" - was released a month later, there weren't lines at all.
According to the head the main objective is to create a function that will allow you to control the vehicle, setting the required parameters of the route.
Listen to Elon's entire interview with Recode Decode here.
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