Every few months it seems that a less than reputable “news” site or YouTube channel runs a breathless story about Elon Musk having announced a Starlink connected Tesla phone.
We keep hearing from people who have seen these reports of a Model P or Model Pi phone and have fallen for them – assuming this is a real Tesla project that is coming to market soon.
Particularly in the past few weeks, we’ve been asked about the Pi phone almost every day.
So let us set the record straight:
The Tesla Model P (Pi) Phone is NOT REAL!
Rumors of a Tesla Phone Model Pi started off with an artistic rendering by graphic designer Antonio De Rosa – who made it clear he has no relationship with Starlink or Tesla. However several ‘news’ channels have run his images as if they were real.
THERE IS NO TESLA PHONE MODEL Pi!
Stick with Tesla Pie for your Thanksgiving dinner instead.
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