Elon Musk predicts Tesla's Optimus robots will drive company to $25 trillion valuation

Elon Musk predicts Tesla's humanoid robots, Optimus, will raise Tesla's valuation to $25 trillion.

: Elon Musk believes that Tesla's humanoid robots, named Optimus, could elevate the company's valuation to an unprecedented $25 trillion. Optimus robots are already operational in Tesla's Fremont factory and are projected to be in 'limited production' by 2025. Musk asserts these robots will transform the workforce and market dynamics significantly.

Elon Musk has made a bold prediction that Tesla's in-development humanoid robots, known as Optimus, will drive the company's market valuation to $25 trillion. These robots, introduced in 2021, are designed for tasks that are hazardous, repetitive, or dull for humans, indicating a major shift in labor and task management.

Musk stated that Tesla plans to scale up production for Optimus robots, aiming to implement a thousand units in its factories by the end of the next year. This expansion is expected to significantly influence Tesla’s operations, potentially making the robot segment surpass its automotive business in terms of revenue and impact.

Despite the ambitious plans, the deployment of such a large number of robots raises concerns about the implications for human employment. Nonetheless, Musk remains optimistic about the positive effects of automating tasks, suggesting that these robots could also serve personal needs, enhancing daily living for individuals.