When the Ubers ceo Travis Kalanick last summer suggested a collaboration for Tesla's ceo, Elon Musk, so was rejected.
It claims the Fortune reporter Adam Lashinsky in his new book, Wild Ride, which will be released next week.
the Book also claims that Musk a few days later went out with their own efforts to develop a self-driven bildelningstjänst under the name ”Tesla master plan part 2”.
This should have happened after Apple entered with an investment of 1 billion u.s. dollars in Ubers hardest competitor Didi Chuxing.
Today has been Uber sold its chinese operations to Didi.
Uber is partnering today with Daimler and Volvo on the self-driven cars.