Tesla Limo Company To Shuttle Celebrities To Oscars

Posted on February 24, 2017

Robert Gaskill, CEO and cofounder (Photo by Ryan Houchin)

Robert Gaskill, CEO and cofounder (Photo by Ryan Houchin)

Robert Gaskill approached Freeman just over a year ago about the all-Tesla limo project now called ‘MOTEV’. He told Fast Company that the actor signed on as the sole investor with the goal of building “the largest fleet of Tesla cars in the United States.”

They now have a decent fleet of seven Tesla Model Xs and four Model Ss in Los Angeles and plan to expand in New York and Atlanta.

Electrek article here

Related Topics: Academy Awards, celebrities, Electric Vehicles, green vehicles, Tesla, Tesla Model S, Tesla Model X

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