Financial Times Elon Musk Interview: Future of the Car [VIDEO]

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk was a keynote interview at the Financial Times: Future of the Car conference on Tuesday, chatting with Peter Campbell, the publication’s Global Motor Industry Correspondent.

Musk chatted about Tesla’s ambitions, self-driving AI, Twitter, Donald Trump and also how humanity needs to be multi-planetary. The beginning of the interview Campbell was joined alongside Tesla co-founder JB Straubel, chatting about how the electric automaker started.

Check out the full clip below, spanning 1 hour and 20 minutes long:

The Tesla CEO said making 20 million cars is an aspiration, not a promise, noting the company has a good chance of achieving the number. He also said when it comes to the electric vehicle space, Musk said Volkswagen was doing the most on the front, adding there were a lot of strong companies coming from China.

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