Last week, Elon Musk joined Joe Rogan on his podcast.
In terms of listeners and viewers, it is likely to surpass Rogan’s most-watched episode ever, which was his 2018 interview with Musk. That interview has been viewed by 67 million people!
Love him or hate him, there’s no doubt that Elon Musk is a major draw.
Now a lot was discussed during the interview. But one thing that really stuck out was a segment where Rogan shot an arrow from an 80-pound compound bow directly at a Cybertruck.
Rogan was convinced he’d be able to pierce the surface of the vehicle. Musk let him do it.
Here’s what the arrow looked like after it did little more than slightly dent the exterior … Our analysts have traveled the world over, dedicated to finding the best and most profitable investments in the global energy markets. All you have to do to join our Energy and Capital investment community is sign up for the daily newsletter below.
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The Cybertruck has also taken hits from various firearms, including a 9MM, a .45, a shotgun and a Tommy Gun. Indeed, it’s bulletproof.
Of course, while this is all very cool, most people don’t care if their car is bulletproof.
Ease of use, ranges exceeding 500 miles, and rapid charging are the things that will get more folks in electric vehicles. Not bulletproof doors.
One company that’s actually delivering on all those things, is an electric vehicle startup called Aptera Motors. It's building a 1,000-mile-range electric car that is partly powered by solar panels embedded into the vehicle.
Yes, you read that correctly …
A 1,000-mile range.
That means with this vehicle, you could drive from Charlotte, NC to Montreal without having to stop once. Although, I suspect you’d have to have a pretty impressive bladder to pull that off.
Jokes aside, you can’t even find an internal combustion vehicle that can travel 1,000 miles on a single tank of gas. But thanks to the aerodynamic design of this vehicle, and the solar panels that literally power the car while you drive it, the next generation of electric cars will utilize solar panels to increase range.
Of course, these aren’t your ordinary solar panels.
These are specifically designed to be durable enough, and powerful enough, to move a 3,000-pound vehicle.
But here’s the best part …
There’s only one company that has the technology to make these types of solar panels right now. And not only is it publicly-traded, but it’s currently trading at a discount.
I’ve been following this company for years. But after last week’s market sell-off, the stock slipped below its proper valuation. So I recently updated my report on this company to take into account this small window of opportunity.
You see, the thing you have to understand is that it’s not just Aptera Motors integrating solar into the body of its vehicles. All the major automakers are looking to do this, too. I’m talking about Toyota, GM, Ford, Hyundai, and Tesla.
These five companies alone have a combined market cap of more than $1 trillion. Yet there’s only one company that currently has the technology to turn “plug-in” electric vehicles into solar-powered electric vehicles. And that, dear reader, is the future.
This is happening. And unless you hate money, you should absolutely be buying shares of this company while they’re still cheap.
Because they won’t be much longer.
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