The source of the news for his Twitter project for 44 billion dollars, led by Tesla and Space X companies Elon Musk, is the main subject of a particularly compromising documentary emanating from the site of the New York American Poikilia.
Baptized “Elon Musk’s Crash Course”, directed by Emma Schwartz, and prevu to be broadcast to the United States on May 20 on the FX channel and the Hulu streaming platform (Disney properties, four). Many more than the New York Times Investigative Journals, Cade Metz and Neal Boudette, look at the failures of Tesla’s autopilot system, and the number of accidents and incidents that occur in any Jamaican company. publicly acknowledged.
Also, on multiple attempts by Elon Musk to prevent government inquiries from going upstairs, pressures exerted by representatives of the government to vent the empty space, or to make appropriate government inquiries être au point.
Behind the strange claims about the capabilities of the Tesla Autopilot – and the tragic results. FX and The New York Times Present: Elon Musk’s Crash Course premieres May 20 @FXNetworks. Stream transmission @hulu. pic.twitter.com/e3tFIMMz89
– Documentary FX (@FXDocs) April 25, 2022
The documentary gives the password used by Tesla as well as the billion-dollar processes being used for the first time on the subject. The events prompted by three numbers, and potentially explosives, to start their own documentaries in collaboration between the New York Times and the FX channel, notably Framing Britney Spears and Controlling Britney Spears à big contributions, public opinion on the proposal the tutelage does not fall victim to the annuities from the annals, and certainly aided until the last November.