Elon Musk is on the Tesla Q3 earnings call and has said that Tesla will have a wide release of full self-driving beta in about one month.
He also said that 4680 battery production ramp and the Berlin and Austin car production ramps are going better.
Elon Musk says he is very confident about the Tesla products and sees a path to Tesla being worth more than Apple and Saudi Aramco combined. This would twice the value of Saudi Aramco.
Tesla could perform a $5-10 billion buyback in 2023 even in a worse case scenario for 2023.
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7 thoughts on “Wide Release of Tesla Full Self Driving in About One Month”
So many people not knowing what FSD is. Amazing. Guess they will learn soon enough….
Elon is continuing to sell Tesla stock, he only pays a few dollars a share and knows it will be worth less as time goes on.
Tesla has enormous liabilities for non functioning robo taxis while leaders GM and Waymo keep expanding, it is not news when FSD expands, who cares? it is a drivers assist tech, never able to work without a human with insurance.
GM autonomy woks without any human intervention ,no need for a steering wheel,do you get the difference?
When the self-driving auto crashed into the back of a three wheeled bicycle recently, less than 2 seconds before the collision, the car threw control back to the driver.
So, the driver was in control when the bicyclist was killed. Legally, the driver killed that woman.
Wrong! Tesla has long had the practice of attributing anything/everything that happens within 5 seconds of each accident/incident to FSD and NOT to the driver!
True self driving car will come when AI crack common sense. I think it’s 2030.
And what is it Full Self Driving exactly? The ability to crash also in Red lights?
The ability to crash 4.2% less than humans…
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