Tesla Haven’t Tested Fully Autonomous Vehicles On California Public Roads

Posted: Feb 1 2018, 6:30am CST | by , in News | Cars & Vehicles

 
Tesla Haven’t Tested Fully Autonomous Vehicles on California Public Roads

Tesla Motors to Keep its Self-Driving Plans under Wraps for Now

In a report, Tesla Motors confirmed the fact that it never tested autonomous vehicles on California’s roads last year. The self-driving program was kept a trade secret and nothing about it was leaked to the press or the public for that matter.

Many of the customers are rather miffed at the procrastination in novel Autipilot features. Let’s not forget that Tesla was the first company to get a license to test its self-driving cars in California.

Way back in 2016, Tesla reported that some of its self-driving vehicles had covered a couple of hundred miles in Californian territory.

A demo video clip of this self-driving ability was made for mass viewership. However, in 2017, no such thing occurred. Tesla didn’t test any self-driving technology and that is the plain truth.

On the other hand, rivals such as Waymo and GM Cruise have done their testing experiments which amount to thousands of miles covered by their self-driving vehicles.

This is not good news for many of Tesla’s enthusiasts who were looking eagerly towards the fully self-driving facility. Besides the delay, the fact that not much has been done yet means that Tesla Motors has let its fans down.

Tesla has made an announcement that it will test its vehicles in other sites. This may be the last glimmer of hope for those clients who were looking forward to the self-driving facility.

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