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What Autonomous-Driving Technology Could Mean for Tesla

As if promising to produce a $35,000 mass-produced electric car in about three years wasn’t enough, Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk confirmed in an interview with The Financial Times that the automaker is gearing up to commercialize autonomous driving technologies in future models.
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The news comes as no surprise to those who have been closely following Tesla. In addition to Musk’s previous public ruminations on the subject—in which he stated that Tesla would build “autopilot-like” features into future cars at some point—Tesla recently posted a job listing on its website for an Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Engineer, specifically to help “Tesla’s effort to pioneer fully automated driving.” (While stories about a Tesla autonomous car have been picked up numerous major media outlets in the past few days, credit for spotting the job posting goes to contributor David Herron, who first wrote about it for on August 6, 2013.)


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