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Tesla Autopilot and FSD to other automakers: Elon Musk announcement Tesla Autopilot and FSD to other automakers: Elon Musk announcement

Tesla Autopilot and FSD granted to other car manufacturers and there is already an advanced negotiation to transfer the Full Self-Driving license: CEO Elon Musk’s announcement

July 20, 2023 – 11:45 am

A few weeks ago Elon Musk had said in a tweet (see below) that You’re here it was willing to license its technologies to other automakers Automatic pilot And Fully Autonomous Driving (FSD) to accelerate the development of autonomous driving around the world. And now, from mere intentions, it looks like we’re moving into action, as the company’s whimsical CEO has announced he’s in advanced trading with a major manufacturer for the FSD software transfer.


The announcement came during the conference call on the results obtained by You’re here In the second quarter 2023 (more on this later). Obviously, analysts are trying to uncover the identity of the automaker in talks with Tesla for the acquisition of Full Self-Driving technology. The first reasoning would exclude giants like Ford and General Motors because they have already committed to developing autonomous driving on their own, with large investments. At the same time, however, it must be remembered that precisely Ford And General Motors they were the first companies to adopt Tesla’s NACS connector for their electric vehicles, thus gaining access to 12,000 Superchargers from the spring of 2024. So having already made a pact with Musk, they very well could have granted a recall.


It must be said that the integration of get ready Tesla in platforms developed by other manufacturers, with a completely different approach to driver assistance systems, it will not be neither simple nor obvious. But this is yet another sign of the opening of the leading company in the production of electric cars to the entire automotive sector. After all, Elon Musk has always maintained that using a common technology platform and rapidly evolving would be a advantage for everyone who builds electric vehicles, including Tesla. We also remind you that since 2014 Tesla applies the Open Source philosophy down to its patentsmaking them usable by everyone, and was the first company to adopt this philosophy in the field of patents applied to the automobile.


And now we come, as expected, to the results of the Tesla second quarter 2023. The company recorded sales during the April-June period of $24.93 billionfrom estimates of $24.48 billion, and also returned to reach a profit growth. However, profit margins have shrunk and especially the outlook leaves investors perplexed. Among the main uncertainties there are the delivery dates for the new Cybertruck and the vehicle that will serve as a robo-taxi. The company also forecast production slowdowns in the third quarter due to plant closures to implement improvements.

At the same time, Musk has indicated that he wants to maintain the goal of 1.8 million vehicle deliveries this year: the target is probably within reach as falling prices, along with concessions for the purchase of electric vehicles in the United States and elsewhere, have pushed Tesla deliveries to a level record 466,000 vehicles in Q2 worldwide.

Source : Sicur Auto


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