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Elon Musk Cannot Wait To Publically Expose His D

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Elon Musk is a smart guy. I’ll even go so far as to say that he is a goddamn genius. Perhaps it’s because his brain is devoid of a single dirty thought. There is simply no room for such foolishness in that splendid brain of his.

Last night he took to Twitter and announced this to his 1.05 million followers:

Needless to say, the ever-unforgiving Internet exploded.

The tweet was instantly bombarded with comments along the lines of “I WANT THE D!” and “UNVEIL THE D, ELON.” Naturally there were a couple of prudes that took more of a serious approach with their comments, but they were few and far between those that called Musk out for his clever choice of wording.

As the Twitter comments poured in, I’m sure that he was feeling mighty proud of himself. He was more than likely patting himself on the back and thinking: “You have done it this time, Elon, you ol’ devil, you. The D has yet to be unveiled and people are already clamoring for it. Well done, my boy!”

Whether or not he discovered the true meaning of the comments on his own, shortly after the suggestive tweet, he proved that he has a sense of humor and followed it up with another:

Genius. Not only did he win the heart of the Internet, but he managed to stir up even more interest in the mysterious “something else” that was hinted to in the initial tweet. For quite a while Musk has been talking about introducing a more reasonably-priced budget sedan to the lineup and he has also hinted to a smaller SUV positioned beneath the Tesla Model X—which would be especially great seeing as the X may not even exist in the first place.

Now that we know that the something else has all to do with another letter, there is a good chance that one of the two long-expected models could be unveiled alongside the D next week. There have also been some rumors that the “D” is short for diesel or dual motor. Either one would definitely be a nice addition to the Tesla lineup.

We will find out more on October 9 when Elon whips it out and gives us all a peek of his sure-to-be-genius D.

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  1. shrek

    Oct 3, 2014 at 9:23 am

    I want the D.

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