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

Tesla 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 ...and more »

Elon Musk says all Tesla models now include full self-driving hardware - CNET

Tesla announced today that all of its cars will have a new suite of self-driving hardware as standard, enabling a path to fully autonomous driving. The announcement applies to the Model X, Model S and upcoming Model 3, which should come out in 2018.and more »

Musk targeting coast-to-coast test drive of fully self-driving Tesla by late 2017 - TechCrunch

Elon Musk is really accelerating the potential timeline for delivering self-driving: The Tesla CEO said on a press call that he hopes to deliver a test ride of fully autonomous Tesla vehicle driving by next year. What kind of test? Not a trip around ...and more »

Tesla's new Autopilot will run in 'shadow mode' to prove that it's safer than human driving - The Verge

Tesla today rolled out a next-generation version of its autonomous driving hardware suite, which the company says the tech should be able to autonomously drive a Tesla from LA to New York, dropping a rider off in Times Square and then going to park itself.and more »

Tesla's 'new product': Self-driving hardware that won't work right away - MarketWatch

Elon Musk's latest much-hyped Tesla Motors Inc. “product announcement” Wednesday night promised that all who buy a new Tesla car will have the hardware needed for the car to drive itself. The problem: It won't work right away. Instead, Musk promised ...and more »

Elon Musk: negative media coverage of autonomous vehicles could be 'killing people' - The Verge

After announcing that all future Teslas would have the hardware necessary to reach full level five autonomous driving, CEO Elon Musk took questions. One of the early ones was straightforward: if an autonomous car crashes, will Tesla be liable ...and more »

Tesla's Self-Driving Hardware Gamble: Is 2016 Tech Good Enough For Next Decade? - Forbes

It's good to be first; being too early, not so much. Elon Musk made a bold move to speed the shift to automated cars capable of traveling to destinations without a human at the wheel by announcing that as of this week every new Tesla vehicle is built ...and more »

Tesla Model X road test: All-electric self-driving SUV for the school run - Irish Times

It's hard to explain the physical force involved in hurtling you towards the horizon from standstill to 100km/h in 3.4 seconds. In virtual silence, save for a bit of wind noise. The nearest most of us have come in the past is the shove back into your ...and more »

Tesla: the Threat of Dilution - InvestorGuide

Stock investors often overlook the risk posed by share dilution. The concept is simple and at its most basic level can be likened to a pizza: The more you slice a pizza, the less pizza is represented in each slice. Likewise, the earnings, or EPS ...and more »

Tesla announces all production cars now have fully self-driving hardware - Electrek

Once again our readers guessed it right (well 40% of you). You said that today's announcement would be about Autopilot 2.0/Tesla Vision and you were right. Though Tesla seems to be moving away from the name 'Autopilot' since it's going full autonomous.and more »