Tesla has filed paperwork with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for the right to use its name on electric motors "not for land vehicles." This includes motors for airplanes, boats, and toys. While the company has not yet used the trademark in these categories, it has stated in the filing that it intends to do so in the future. This news has sparked speculation about the possibility of Tesla entering the aviation and boating industries, as well as the potential for new electric toys. CEO Elon Musk has previously discussed the idea of creating an electric plane, but has said that the focus for Tesla remains on ground vehicles for now. It is not clear what the "toy" category could potentially encompass, though there is currently a Tesla-branded kids' quad bike made by Radioflyer.