Tesla partners w Apple on new magnetic power cord. {April Fool’s edition}

Via on Apr 1, 2010

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Due to drivers of Tesla (the 100,000 electric sports car) repeatedly driving off with the power cord still attached, Tesla today announced a partnership with Apple.

“Why reinvent the wheel?,” pointed out Tesla exec Elon Musk. “Steve and company had the same problem on a cheaper scale—laptop users tripping over power cords and smashing $2000 computers. So they invented that cool magnetic power cord, that just detaches if there’s too much sudden pressure. We figured, why not make a big one for our cars?”

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