Tesla's autonomous car claims more hype than reality

In a recent interview with CNN, Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk stated, "The Tesla car next year will be probably be 90% capable of autopilot." He continued that highway driving would obviously be automated by 2015. When asked by the interviewer how this would happen, Elon replied, "With a combination of v...

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