Tesla’s Enhanced Autopilot is coming mid-December, but not all of it

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Buyers of Tesla’s Model S and Model X cars will start getting new self-driving capabilities in their vehicles around mid-December, Tesla CEO Elon Musk has announced. 

In a tweet Sunday, noticed by Electrek, Musk said the feature should arrive in “about three weeks.” He also said the new features will be rolled out incrementally, in “monthly releases.” 

@edwardsanchez about three weeks and it will get rolled out incrementally in monthly releases

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 27, 2016

In October, the car maker announced all of its cars in future will be equipped with a heavily upgraded version of Autopilot, which practically allows for full autonomy in driving.  Read more…

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