Elon Musk Revealed: The Tesla Car To Park On Their Own By 2019
Elon Musk has recently revealed an exclusively unique feature about the Tesla car and the revelation is so cool in itself that the automobile industry may shift it’s bar too high this time. The Tesla cars CEO revealed that the cars will be able to find a parking spot on their own.
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Elon further explained, the technology as a ‘slightly smarter version’ of the automaker’s Autopark feature, which currently enables a Tesla to parallel park or perpendicular park on its own once the car is next to a clearly marked open spot.
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"By next year, a Tesla should be able to drive around a parking lot, find an empty spot, read signs to confirm it’s valid & park," Musk said on Twitter.
Although, the statements have raised out many curious questions like whether the automakers will require someone to be in the driver’s seat. Its’ currently illegal on most countries’ for a car to operate without someone in it. Also, the statement wasn’t clear enough and the representatives were not immediately available to provide more details on auto park advancements.
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However, the rumors reveal that this smarter version shall be ready super soon to buy in the market by 2019. By next year, a Tesla should be able to drive around a parking lot, find an empty spot, read signs to confirm it’s valid & park.
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Tesla's Autopilot system already uses software and hardware to enable automatic steering, braking, accelerating and lane changing under certain conditions. The company has come under fire for calling it Autopilot since drivers are supposed to keep their hands touching the wheel.
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The critic says Musk are setting an overly ambitious timeline for new systems that inevitably end up delayed. Also, his statement has a big question in its’ execution maybe because Elon has promised things too quickly in the past which he could not deliver later.
But, the supporters responded up to that saying, “He delivered on his promise to build an electric-vehicle company and a rocket-ship venture, SpaceX, despite significant skepticism."