Excerpt from Business Insider
Written by Danielle Muoio
Tesla CEO Elon Musk dropped a massive announcement last week: New Teslas will have hardware that will eventually enable full autonomy.
But buried in that news dump was a single sentence about Tesla's intention to take on Uber.
Last week, Musk said cars currently in production — which include the Model S, Model X, and future Model 3 — will be built with new hardware to allow them to be fully driverless, pending further software validation and regulatory approval.