In the auto pilot version that Elon Musk has promised for many years, he can drive a Tesla car and can hand it over to a small group of employees for testing Bloomberg.
By email, Musk has about 100 spots available in the test program and promised to take volunteers "on a first-come-first-served basis".
Employees want to agree to share 300 to 400 hours of comments with their own autopilot team by the end of next year, Bloomberg. Although Musk obviously provides a big rebound, workers registering are not required to pay a fee for the so-called fully autonomous version of the autopilot, or in the case of high-end interior, when purchasing a new car. In total, these features usually cost $ 13,000.
It is unknown if only Tesla employees who do not own the company's car can use this offer. Tesla gives employees priority over new models (such as model 3) but usually does not offer discounts. Indeed, Tesla does not allow discounts or negotiation prices for cars in showrooms, except for models installed on the ground and models used for driving tests.
Mr. Musk promised in October 2016 that from that point all Tesla cars will be built with the hardware the software needs soon to handle complete autonomous running. Since this announcement, Tesla has broken up with MobilEye, who was engaged in the development of custom autopilots, and was working on a custom solution. The timeline of Musk's self-steering function is always unknown and experts are wondering if Tesla's car is possible.
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