Tesla to Have Self-Driving  Drivers by 2023

Cars on Road Without Human

Tesla CEO Elon Musk Has Claimed

That his company will have self-driving cars without the need for having human drivers behind the wheel for supervision around the same time next year.

Musk Statement Came On Sidelines

Of his visit to Brazil, wherein he launched a program to connect Amazonian regions with SpaceX’s Starlink satellite system.

According To A Report

By Electrek, this is not the first time that The Boring Company founder has made such claims.

The Report

Says Musk has been about Tesla launching robotaxis on road since 2019.

Then Earlier This Year

Musk said that Tesla planned to bring a dedicated robotaxi with no steering wheel or pedals to market by 2024.

His Statement Came

On the sidelines of the company’s earnings call for the first quarter of 2022.

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