Master P Partnering with Former Tesla Engineer to Create Black-Owned Supercar

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Master P has announced its newest deal: supercars.
The New Orleans rapper revealed on Instagram that he is working with former Tesla engineer Richard Patterson to create the next era of supercars called Trion Supercars. With the company, P could run the first black-owned company of its kind and the first black-owned supercar manufacturer in the United States.
“#RichardPatterson CEO of Trion, America's first black-owned supercar maker. He is a former engineer at Tesla and is designing the Model S from scratch. He also designed the landing gear of the Boeing 777 and the folding seat system of the Dodge minivan, "wrote P.
He continued, "Mr. Patterson has developed his own supercar, the Nemesis RR, which adds diversity to the automotive industry and strengthens a culture of dreamers ... In addition to the Nemesis RR models, Trion Supercars is currently in the process of creating affordable luxury - SUVs and cars for the masses. Www.TrionSuperCars.com. "
P also called Patterson a "genius" in a statement, according to HotNewHipHop. “He created the blueprint for the next era of super sports cars. It is time for us to change the narrative for our culture by providing economic empowerment with this partnership. The Nemesis RR is all about the excellence, stunning appearance and technical innovation that will shape the next era of supercars. "
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