People may shortly to have the option to order food at a 'Tesla' eatery as the Elon Musk possessed electric vehicle organization has applied for another trademark name for its brand under restaurant services. The drive-in food chain order will have outlets at Supercharger areas.
According to a report in Electrek, the organization has applied for three new brand names with the United States Patent and Trademark Office that will cover the classifications of "Restaurant services, pop-up eatery services, self-service café services, take-out café services". "The application is anticipating assessment and will be surveyed by a lawyer around August 27," the report said on Tuesday.
Tesla's iconic "T" logo is highlighted in trademarked applications for use in its brand's eateries.
In 2017, Tesla's CTO, JB Straubel, said the organization could enter the café business at that point. In 2018, Musk said in a tweet, "We will set up an old fashioned drive-in, roller skates and rock eatery in one of LA's new Tesla supercharged areas."
A couple of months after the fact, Tesla applied for a grant to fabricate a "café and supercharger station" in an area in Santa Monica, USA. The task has been refrigerated for around three years and another structure application is right now being submitted recently. This new advancement most likely implies that the organization is arranging a "Tesla" marked restaurant network.
With more than 25,000 superchargers, Tesla possesses and works the world's biggest worldwide fast charging network, situated on significant paths close to advantageous facilities.