Tesla Electric cars Will Themselves in Upcoming Year 2019

Tesla Electric cars

Elon Musk has recently said on Twitter that Tesla electric cars will be able to find a parking spot by themselves in the upcoming year 2019. Many peoples are giving a mix reaction to this tweet of Elon musk because the critics are criticising this tweet of Elon Musk as another over-ambitious statement of him and his fans, on the other hand, are more excited about it. Elon said on Twitter, “By next year, a Tesla should be able to drive around a parking lot, find an empty spot, read signs to confirm it’s valid & park.”

We all know that Tesla had gone through some hard time from last few months and according to the critics it’s because of Elon musk recent controversial tweets and decisions regarding this company. This latest news might help Tesla company to perform better at the stock market for, but this tweet of Elon Musk is creating some worries among his critics because according to them it’s not a good idea to entirely depend upon autopilot mode when it comes to parking the electric vehicle. However, it is still not clear whether automaker will a need driver to give some commands or not, but currently, it’s illegal in America to drive a car without a driver.

There is still some official statement yet to come from Tesla representatives regarding this tweet of Elon Musk, and it will be interesting to see how the Tesla will be able to come up with such a great feature on their electric car in that much short period. There is always an unofficial war goes on between Elon musk fans and his critics on social media, and it seems like this time musk fans are winning this battle because this tweet of musk had got some excellent positive response on Twitter.

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Harold Dugan
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