More self-driving Tesla in a matter of weeks
The early variant of fully self-driving cars released by Tesla may already become more common in mid-December.
Tesla customers will be attracted by self-driving cars. The picture is from the company’s exhibition at the Beijing Motor Show in September.
FSD beta software (“full self-driving”) has so far only been sent to a small number of select customers in the USA. It means the car’s computer has to be able to handle all the driving, so the driver doesn’t have to lift a finger.
Above all for legal reasons, however, the person sitting in the driver’s seat must be in full control at all times, and be prepared to take the lead.
But Musk is trying to attract buyers so that the cars will be able to act as “robot taxis” in the future when the owners don’t need them, thus becoming a profit deal for Tesla customers.
It has said that Canada and Norway will be the first countries outside the United States where FSD is proposed, but did not specify time for this.