That was fast.
This is despite the hefty price tag of $250 per bottle, and the fact that it’s only available in select U.S. states.
It’s far from Tesla’s first non-car product; the company has been selling a bunch of clothing and lifestyle products, including stuff like t-shirts, hats, toys, and portable batteries. Musk’s Boring Company has also had great success selling very odd items such as a flamethrower.
It’s no wonder, then, that Teslaquila (that name’s so much better than the official “Tesla Tequila”) is doing well. Given that the company is looking to make its cars fully autonomous in the near future, perhaps drinking a bit of that Tequila while riding in a Tesla won’t one day be out of the question.