Mar 8, 2023

Elon Musk Just Made a Big Announcement About Tesla’s Next-Gen Vehicle

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During a conference with Morgan Stanley, Tesla CEO Elon Musk reiterated the promise that the company’s next-generation vehicle will operate mostly in autonomous mode. The event was primarily focused on Twitter, but Musk fielded questions about Tesla and SpaceX during the latter half of the conference. One of the questions was about the potential capabilities of the company’s upcoming vehicle, which was previously discussed at Tesla’s Investor Day event. The promise of a mostly autonomous vehicle is not new for Tesla, but it continues to generate interest and speculation from investors and the public alike.

Tesla’s upcoming vehicle, which will be manufactured at the company’s latest factory in Mexico, is anticipated to function in “almost entirely autonomous mode.” Tesla has been working on developing Full Self-Driving for a few years now, and the company’s CEO, Elon Musk, has consistently stated for at least four years that Teslas will be able to drive themselves. Despite impressive strides made in this area, Tesla’s vehicles are still not completely capable of autonomous driving.

Well, after this, I read one opinion under Teslarati that said “We need a cheap practical everyday driver that my mom can drive. Not another autonomous dream car. I really hope Tesla has a plan B for when the next gen car is ready and FSD is not.” Now, some of you guys may say, if you want a cheap EV go get a Chevy Bolt. But here is the thing: If Tesla wants to sell 20 million teslas per year they are going to have to appeal to the masses.


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