Bill Gates is the world’s second-most extravagant individual, while Elon Musk is fourth, as per the Bloomberg Billionaires Index

Elon Musk said that Bill Gates “has no idea” about electric trucks, reacting to a Twitter adherent about seven days before the eagerly awaited “Battery Day.”

Musk was reacting to an inquiry concerning Gates’ “presentations” on electric trucks. In an August blog entry, the Microsoft Inc. fellow benefactor spread out his musings on the eventual fate of portability, recommending the world should utilize clean power to run whatever number vehicles as would be prudent, however he said it “will most likely never be a viable arrangement” for weighty, long stretch vehicles, load boats and traveler planes.

Tesla has said its Semi truck model, which was first revealed in 2017, is expecting first conveyances starting 2021. Tesla has been putting vigorously in the model that brags 500 miles go.

Entryways accepts that future long stretch ventures will be almost certain controlled by elective powers, for example, biofuels and electrofuels, in light of the fact that batteries are huge and weighty for significant distances. He didn’t allude to electric trucks explicitly.

He agreed that “EVs exceed expectations at short-pull travel,” promoting the segment has gained heaps of ground with expanded rivalry and more noteworthy reasonableness. In a similar post, he extolled a few organizations that would before long introduction all-electric pickup trucks for customers, for example, “inheritance organizations like GM and Ford and new carmakers like Rivian and Bollinger,” simply avoiding naming Tesla, which is the creator of pickup EV Cybertruck.

Entryways is the world’s second-most extravagant individual, while Musk is fourth, as indicated by the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. The electric-vehicle producer’s fortune has flooded after Tesla shares more than quadrupled for the current year.