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Sep 10

Aptera Motors Inc. and Tesla Inc. Partnership Idea.

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I am so happy to hear that Aptera Motors Inc. is finally coming back! I have read that Aptera Motors Inc. will require an investment of at least $22 Million Dollars (USD) for an updated design and a limited production run. It seems to me that the current plan is to raise capital thru equity stake sales to investors. I hope that these investors do not take control of Aptera Motors Inc. and run it straight into the ground like Aptera Motors Inc. Team B did eight years ago. I have an idea to help raise capital while helping Chris and Steve to keep a majority ownership stake of Aptera Motors Inc. The Aptera Electric Vehicles will need lots of different parts to build. Some of these parts are the Lithium Ion Battery Packs, Electric Motors, the Seats and Etc. Tesla Inc. is an international electric vehicle, solar roof and energy storage manufacturer. Tesla Inc. is always looking for new customers to be able to help grow its bottom line. Aptera Motors Inc. could offer to sign a purchase agreement with Tesla Inc. to purchase Lithium Ion Battery Packs, Electric Motors, Seats and Etc. in exchange for a 0% Interest Free Loan of $22 Million Dollars (USD). Aptera Motors Inc. could try to get a meeting with Elon Musk by offering him a ride in an Aptera 2e to show him what's possible. Tesla Inc. raised capital back in the day from both Toyota and Daimler by selling Electric Drivetrains to them. I want to thank you for your time and help. I hope you have a good day!

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