Tesla’s Master Plan 3 to ‘Scale to Extreme Size,’ Says Elon Musk

Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced that the company was working on its Master Plan 3, and he has now followed up with a few details about the program.

Now @ElonMusk has added that the plan’s subjects will be “scaling to extreme size, which is needed to shift humanity away from fossil fuels,” as well as focusing on the development of AI, according to a tweet on Sunday.

Musk also noted that the scaling was necessary to help humans shift away from fossil fuels.

Musk also said that, in addition to Tesla, he will include sections for SpaceX and The Boring Company.

In the post, Musk made no mention of Neuralink, despite covering his other companies.

Past Master Plans from Tesla laid frameworks for upcoming ambitions, with the first part being dedicated to building affordable electric vehicles (EVs), while the second was focused on the automaker’s self-driving program.

Last week, Morgan Stanley said that electrifying air travel could be Tesla’s next big thing, now that the company has largely dominated the EV space.

Tesla was allowed to start production at its new Gigafactory Berlin-Brandenburg, and the automaker is set to hold an opening event for its Gigafactory Texas in the U.S. starting on April 7.

A recent survey showed that Tesla is currently the most trusted autonomous driving company, just as other companies have begun announcing and testing their own self-driving systems.