Headed to Tesla Fremont factory tomorrow to help with vehicle deliveries— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 30, 2019
Working on your birthday
The tweet was a response to a follower who asked if he might spend the day at a SpaceX facility in Boca Chica, Texas. Musk is known for working at all times of the year, even on his own birthday.
And the end of the quarter is always a very busy time for Tesla. In the past, Musk has revealed he works 120 hours a week. Since Tesla has said it will break its vehicle-delivery record this quarter, there is a good reason for Musk to be putting in these hours.
Meanwhile, some people took to Twitter to share how intense the Tesla deliveries were. "People still coming in, checking in and lining up to pick up their car," said Caroline G. on a post.
Caught in action
He even shared a video where Musk can be seen asking how long people have been waiting. "Has anyone here been waiting more than five hours?" asks the CEO.
One man responds yes to which Musk says: "Not okay, not okay!" The CEO can then be seen going deep in thought.
Love him or hate him, but you have to admit that Musk is dedicated to his customers and that is something they truly appreciate.