Tesla Motors Inc (TSLA - Get Report) doesn’t have anything to say about Apple Inc. (AAPL - Get Report)’s CarPlay, reports Apple Insider. Many find this interesting since Tesla CEO Elon Musk did confirm that he met with Apple about a year ago. Both parties have declined to say what was discussed at that meeting, however.
But keep in mind that just because Tesla and Apple met to talk about something, it doesn’t mean that they came to an agreement on whatever they were talking about.
Apple lists CarPlay partners
Most of the major automakers are indeed on the list of those supporting Apple Inc. (AAPL - Get Report)’s CarPlay. Ford Motor Company (F), Toyota Motor Corporation (TM) TYO:7203 and General Motors Company (GM - Get Report)’ Chevrolet are on the list. Also Honda, Hyndai, Subaru, Nissan and even high-end automakers like BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Ferrari are on the list. So why isn’t Tesla Motors Inc (TSLA - Get Report) going to the party?A spokesperson for Tesla Motors Inc (TSLA - Get Report) told Apple Insider that they are “not commenting on Apple’s CarPlay at this time.” This is interesting not only because of last year’s meeting between the automaker and the technology giant, but also because Tesla tends to be pretty open about what it will do next.