According to an article in the San Francisco Chronicle published Monday, Apple's merger and acquisition chief Adrian Perica met with Tesla CEO Elon Musk at Apple's headquarters in Cupertino, California in early 2013.
"Do I think Apple is buying Tesla? Probably not, would they do a collaboration? I think that would be exciting," Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3live.com told CNBC Asia's Squawk Box on Wednesday.
"We could have a little bit of an iCar. Apple is in entertainment, I don't think there's a lot of money in TV. Maybe they could do something and have an entertainment system in the car," he said.
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Redler said a potential collaboration between the two firms could inject a much-needed burst of innovative spark back into the tech giant, which many complain it has been lacking in recent times.
"There is a lot that they could do together. When great minds get together, great ideas happen and I'd love to see them do some kind of collaboration to get some 'innovativeness' back into Apple, which has turned into a very reliable, phenomenal product, that just isn't as flashy and new to the market as it was years ago," added Redler, who owns shares in Apple.