Zappos CEO buys 100 Teslas for Vegas Project
Posted: April 4, 2013 by Alex Chan
Getting around Las Vegas will be as easy as a click of a button. At least that is the idea of Tony Hseih, Zappos CEO and promoter of Project 100, a specialized addition to Downtown Project Las Vegas.
Project 100 will revolutionize the streets of Las Vegas as a completely new and innovative transportation system. With just a click of a button users can hire a car with a driver, get a car themselves, hire a bike or use a shuttle bus to get to their desired destinations.
So what is the catch? Well there is none. The Downtown Project Las Vegas is working non-stop, developing projects and investing money into improving life of the people who live in Las Vegas. Tony Hseih's Project 100 is just a positive addition to the big issue.
Tony Hseih just acquired 100 Tesla Model S cars which was probably one of the greatest deals that Tesla has ever made. Even at a $400 Million net worth, 100 Tesla's is still a pretty decent investment. The cars will be used to provide transportation to people you will reserve them through an application. The point of this project is to provide commuters other means of transportation that would cost pretty much the same as a car owner would spend on a monthly basis.
So for around $400 a month, you can choose from the several types of transportation that Project 100 has to offer. Get your phone, go to the application and choose one of the options – a Tesla car with a driver, an electric vehicle for you to drive yourself, a bike or a shuttle bus. This will reduce the traffic that has been drowning Las Vegas and in the same time preserve the environment, as the Tesla is environmentally friendly as well as the electric car and the bike.