Elon Musk is busy trying to help save the world. His electric vehicle company Tesla aims to combat climate change by accelerating the transition away from the use of gasoline and diesel.
His rocket company SpaceX is working to make life on Mars possible because he believes there will be an "extinction event" on Earth. He's one of the founding members of OpenAI, a nonprofit organization to steer the development of artificial intelligence for good, lest killer robots become the "third revolution in warfare."
But that doesn't mean Musk doesn't have time to respond to a customer. On Twitter. Over the weekend.
Twitter user Paul Franks tweeted at Musk on Friday night with a request for Tesla: "Can you guys program the car once in park to move back the seat and raise the steering wheel? Steering wheel is wearing."
Musk responded: "Good point. We will add that to all cars in one of the upcoming software releases."