During the Tesla Annual Shareholder Meeting which occurred on Tuesday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk didn’t mince words when he spoke about what he thinks about their value proposition of traditional fossil fuel vehicles. He called it “financially mad ” to buy any car that isn’t a electric automobile capable of full freedom — which, conveniently, currently is the type of vehicle that just Tesla asserts to sell.
Musk declared a claim he’s produced before about Tesla cars, which of its automobiles manufactured since October 2016 have everything that they need to become completely autonomous — with those built before the launch of its new autonomous in-car computer earlier this year needing just a monitor, replacing the new Tesla-built pc for the Nvidia ones that they sent with.
The Tesla CEO also revealed his promise from earlier this season that there will be 1 million robotaxis around the street as of next year, noting that it’s easy to arrive at the amount if you consider that it comprises all Teslas, such as Model X, Model S and Model 3 sold between October 2016 and now.
Regarding Tesla’s progress with self-driving, Musk noticed that by end of year, Tesla hopes to provide liberty such that if you’ll still have to oversee the driving in-car, it’ll get you away from the garage to your workplace without intervention. He explained that by next year, their aim is the identical thing but without needing oversight, and then some time later that, pending regulatory cooperation, they’ll be able to do complete autonomy without anyone on board.
Musk ended this musing with a brilliant metaphor, likening buying a vehicle that’s powered with traditional fossil fuel and without any path to self-driving to someone now “driving a horse and employing a flip phone. ”
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