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Tesla Model S To Get Self-Driving Update

Posted on March 23, 2015

Tesla Motors plans to roll out autonomous-driving software for its Model S sedan within the next three months, the company's chief executive, Elon Musk, said in a press conference Thursday.

Though not full-blown self-driving software, the over-the-air update will initially provide an automatic-steering capability that will let drivers travel hands-free and allow the car to move without a driver. Tesla has been testing the feature on a route from San Francisco to Seattle, "without the driver touching any controls at all," Musk said.

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