The director of the company that deals with software for Tesla driver assistance systems, CJ Moore, in a personal conversation with the California Department of Motor Vehicles, confirmed that Elon Musk seriously exaggerates the independence of these systems. This is especially noticeable on the businessman’s Twitter.
What’s the difference?
The public is increasingly aware that the difference between what Musk tweets and what autopilot can actually do is huge. At the moment, SO Moore states that Tesla has a second-level autonomy, that is, in any case, human supervision is necessary.
And while Elon says that the car does not need people at all, Full Self Driving (FSD, Fully Autonomous Driving) is still in development and only in early access for some Tesla owners.