- Diner will feature two 45-foot LED movie screens running famous film clips 24/7
- Musk has said Tesla-branded diners could sprout up around its charging stations
With their roller-skating waiters and rows of polished convertibles, drive-in movie theatres were once all the rage in 1950s and 60s America.
They gradually died out around 50 years ago as the rise of the VHS ushered in a preference to watch films from home, but still evoke a sense of nostalgia at the idea of witnessing Hollywood's golden age from the comfort of a car.
Now, thanks to Elon Musk, they may well see a mini resurgence.
That's because the billionaire entrepreneur has received approval to open an all-night Tesla diner that would include a drive-in cinema and charging station.
It will feature two 45-foot LED movie screens running famous film clips 24/7.