Elon Musk regularly makes statements related to the timing of the implementation of full autopilot by Tesla electric vehicles, and not so long ago he was confident that this would be technically achievable by the end of 2020. Later, he changed the wording more than once, and now the company can only grab a willingness to make every customer who paid for this software option a participant in the FSD beta testing program on US roads.
Such uncertainty led to a class action lawsuit against Tesla, in which buyers of this option accused the company’s management of maliciously violating the deadlines for the implementation of full autopilot. As Electrek notes, in its defense, the company said that failure to achieve a long-term and inspiring goal is not a forgery of information. She emphasized that she is constantly working to improve her active driver assistance systems, and informed all customers in advance that the ability to use the full autopilot system will be highly dependent on the actions of regulators in a particular jurisdiction.
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Moreover, in order to win in court, the plaintiffs would have to prove that Tesla called some deadlines, being sure in advance that it would not be able to meet them. All statements of this kind belonged to the head of the company Elon Musk, and in their informational materials Tesla never provided any guarantees of achieving full driving autonomy by a certain date.