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Elon Musk says Tesla’s upgraded Autopilot might arrive next week

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Tesla’s upgraded Autopilot, which will give the company’s newer Model S and Model X cars a number of self-driving features, might arrive next week. 

In a tweet Friday, Musk said that the company “might be ready to rollout most of Autopilot functionality for HW2 towards the end of next week.”

Looks like we might be ready to rollout most of Autopilot functionality for HW2 towards the end of next week

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 23, 2016

In late November, Musk announced a mid-December launch date for the new features, though he did say they would get rolled out “incrementally.”  Read more…

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