Teslas will now be sold with enhanced hardware suite for full autonomy - Ars Technica

Current cars with “Hardware I” will get better for a time, but new cars will outstrip that. Megan Geuss - 10/19/2016, 6:25 PM. Enlarge. Tesla. reader comments. Share this story. Late Wednesday, Tesla's CEO Elon Musk announced that the company would be ...and more »

Don't plan on using your autonomous Tesla to earn money with Uber or Lyft - Ars Technica

On Thursday night, Tesla announced the new Model X and Model S electric vehicles will now come with the necessary hardware to allow them to drive completely autonomously at a future point in time. But buried in the notes about this new functionality ...and more »

Watch Elon Musk's self-driving Tesla journey through California and park itself - Wired.co.uk

After delays and teaser tweets, Elon Musk finally announced his "unexpected" product update earlier this week. All Tesla models being produced now come with 'full self-driving hardware,' and to demonstrate the technology, Musk posted a video that ...and more »

Elon Musk Says Every New Tesla Can Drive Itself - WIRED

Elon Musk wants you to take your hands off the wheel, foot off the gas, and let him do the driving. Rather, let his cars take over. Tonight, at a press conference, he announced that every new Tesla will be fully capable of driving itself. After being ...and more »

Elon Musk: Fully autonomous Tesla will drive across the country by the end of 2017 - Business Insider

A Tesla vehicle will drive in fully autonomous mode from LA to New York City by the end of 2017, company CEO Elon Musk said Wednesday during a press call. "I feel pretty good about this goal. We'll be able to do a demonstration guide of full autonomy ...and more »

What To Expect At The (Delayed) Tesla Announcement - Popular Science

We still have a day's wait until the Tesla announcement, and speculation is running high about what we'll see, and why the event, which was scheduled for Monday, has been delayed. Asking Elon Musk what the delay is all about would be a waste of time: ...and more »

4 Reasons Why Tesla's Autonomous Driving Announcement Matters - Fortune

Tesla CEO Elon Musk is no stranger to risk. Fans of the company have called its leader savvy and visionary; critics and competitors have described some of his decisions as reckless. Reaction to Musk's latest move, announced on Wednesday, has been no ...and more »

Tesla Cars Will Now Have The Hardware Necessary To Drive Themselves - Popular Science

Tesla announced today, in a blog post on its website, that all of its vehicles -- the Model S, the Model X, and the forthcoming Model 3 -- will have the hardware in place to allow them to be fully autonomous in the future. The vehicles will have eight ...and more »

Tesla releases video of fully autonomous Model X electric car - The Guardian

No hands or driver needed for Tesla's latest electric cars, which are now being fitted with the equipment required for fully autonomous driving. Photograph: Tesla. Tesla. Tesla releases video of fully autonomous Model X electric car. Video follows ...and more »

All Tesla vehicles being produced now have full self-driving hardware - South China Morning Post

Tesla said Wednesday that all vehicles being produced in its factory — including the Model 3 — will have hardware needed for full self-driving capability at a “safety level substantially greater than that of a human driver.” “It will take us some ...and more »