Tesla has been discovered to have filmed a self-propelled demo in a model 3 in front of his scheduled & # 39; Investor Autonomy Event & # 39; Next week, the automaker is expected to release more information on the Tesla Network's autonomous riding network.
Earlier this month, Tesla announced an autonomy event for investors held on April 19:
The automaker described the event:
"Investors will be able to take test drives to experience our Autopilot software first-hand, including features and functionality Investors will also hear directly from Elon Musk, as well as VP of Engineering, Stuart Bowers, CEO of Hardware Engineer, Pete Bannon, and Senior Director of AI, Andrej Karpathy. "
Later, the company pushed the incident to April 22 and CEO Elon Musk said it will include more details about Tesla Network & # 39;
The event is also expected to include a broadcast presentation, and now we learn that Tesla has filmed what appears to be a self-propelled demonstration.
Tesla also filmed a self-propelled demonstration in 2016 when it announced its Autopilot 2.0 hardware suite.
To this point, Tesla autopilot focused on the highway, but the self-propelled demonstration focus on the city and the usual driving of roads.
It was going to be a very interesting event, but I wanted to take everything with a grain of salt.
Very little of all the features Tesla demonstrated back in 2016, made it customer's vehicle yet.
] Tesla made the demo route several times before getting it right for the video, and while there was an interesting look at future opportunities for Tesla's Autopilot, it wasn't very representative of any type of feature that made it to consumers anytime soon.
I wouldn't be surprised if it ended up being a similar situation with this demonstration.
However, we should learn more about the ability of the new Full Self-Driving computer and Tesla's plans for the Tesla network, which would represent successful developments.
I'm excited about it. What do you think? Please let us know in the comment section below.
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