The fourth production Tesla Model X reportedly went to Google co-founder Sergey Brin.
Brin was an early investor in Tesla and was seen in the VIP seating area near the stage when the first Model X deliveries took place earlier this week. Tesla CEO Elon Musk kept the first Model X for himself while the second unit went to venture capitalist and Tesla investor Steve Jurvetson. When the fourth Model X rolled out on stage, a woman took delivery and Musk said with a laugh, “Stand in for Sergey? All right.”
The co-founder of Google is currently president of parent company Alphabet and has been involved with the development of Google’s self-driving car project. He also owns a Tesla Model S and is a personal friend of Musk’s.
In total, Tesla delivered six Model X units earlier this week when the crossover was officially revealed.
[Source: Automotive News]
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