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Tesla announced in October 2017 that it was partnering with Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. to offer a plan called InsureMyTesla. (Photo: Yuriko Nakao/Bloomberg) Tesla announced in October 2017 that it was partnering with Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. to offer a plan called InsureMyTesla. (Photo: Yuriko Nakao/Bloomberg)

(Bloomberg) — For the second time in three days, Elon Musk has shed light on how Tesla Inc. plans to take on massive industries outside the automotive and clean-energy realms. Tesla’s CEO said during Tesla’s earnings call on April 25 that the company is creating its own insurance product and hoped to launch it in about a month. The comments followed a detailed presentation Monday on how the electric-car maker has designed its own chips and a self-driving computer to power its autonomy efforts.

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