"The next" star-human "stop-restaurant beyond the universe," is written on the company's Twitter account.
This entry, of course, is a reference to the novel by the great writer Douglas Adams, "The Restaurant at the End of the Universe." It is well known that Ellen Mask is a great admirer of Adams' work.
In turn, the origin of the electric car's "Star Man" driver is based on David Bowie's "Starman" song in 1972.
As can be seen in the published diagram, "The Star Man" will not be behind the orbit of Mars for long, but will soon be as close to the Sun as Earth.
The current location of Starman. Next stop, the restaurant at the end of the universe. pic.twitter.com/Ty5m8IjJE
– SpaceX (@ SpaceZ) November 3, 2018
It is estimated that by 2091 they will be a few hundred thousand miles from Earth, while sometime in the next tens of millions of years, an electric car could have spilled Venus or Earth.