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Elon Musk Calls Full-Self Driving Vehicles a "Hard Problem"

July 19, 2021

Two weeks ago, Elon Musk, Tesla's CEO, admitted that "Full-Self Driving" was a "hard problem." An article published on Zero Hedge claims Elon Musk haphazardly admitted that Tesla might not be close to delivering full-self driving capabilities. 

In 2019, Elon Musk stated that he was very confident in his prediction that autonomous driving robotaxis would become available in 2020.  Right now, we are a long way. 

The article poses, will Tesla issue refunds to customers who purchased the nonexistent full-self driving feature more than five years ago?  

The latest update to Full-Self Driving was deemed such a disaster that the update was pulled off the market due to uncertain vehicle operation, jerky movements, and the need for constant driver inputs.  Many experts stated that they didn't see any improvements in the Full-Self Driving 9.0 update.  One expert asserted that Tesla is far from "truly autonomous driving where you never have to intervene." 

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