Seems like a lot of CEOs have jumped onto the Musk formula: make extravagant promises, show a few Photoshop mockups, talk a big game, and then... let a lot of time pass before under-delivering but proclaiming triumph nevertheless. And as long as there are investors gullible enough to buy the pitch, the game will play on. This boat, however, is as likely to materialize as Musk's Boring Company, or genuine (non carbon credit derived ) profits at Tesla.