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Tesla will release fully self-driving cars in 2019 — with a big asterisk


According to Digital Trends, the company co-founder and CEO, Elon Musk, confirmed that Tesla remains on-track to release a fully self-driving car before the end of 2019. Musk made the announcement on the Ark Invest podcast, saying, I think we will be feature complete, full self-driving, this year — meaning the car will be able to find you in a parking lot, pick you up, and take you all the way to your destination without an intervention — this year. I would say I am of certain of that.

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