For the fact that he is comfortable with himself despite a difficult-to-judge dancing ability, we salute Elon. Not that many people would be comfortable with dancing just for fun in front of all those cameras. On the other hand, not that many people are billionaires, made EVs cool, or happened to start a company that sends rockets, and even people, in Space.
So yes, Elon’s relaxation at this stage is more than understandable. If you would ask the customers who were expecting the delivery of their new Teslas, most would probably tell you that Elon could even breakdance, for all they cared, if that made him speed up Tesla production and deliveries.
The dancing took place during the delivery of the first German-made Tesla cars, which were handed over to their customers. As CNBC notes, Must was last seen dancing like this back in January 2020, when he was present for the firm’s Shanghai factory inauguration. Tesla had to mark the occasion somehow, so this event was imagined.
As with everything related to Tesla somehow, this $5.5 billion factory is not something that made everybody happy overnight. While some jobs were created, and many will stay there for numerous years, Tesla still has to iron out some issues in some of the vehicles it already made and planned to deliver.
Elon is dancing again!! pic.twitter.com/IKcQCYhk6u— Tesla_Adri (@tesla_adri) March 22, 2022
First car of the line!! pic.twitter.com/SYXEovRP4S— Tesla_Adri (@tesla_adri) March 22, 2022