Cars of the future may be closer than they appear.
The head of Tesla Inc. has some encouraging news for self-driving car enthusiasts. On Friday, Elon Musk said on Twitter that the company could soon expand the beta, or test, version of its “Full Self Driving” software to a wider audience.
Musk, the 49-year-old tech innovator who earlier this week became the second richest person in the world, was answering a question posted on Twitter by a self described “Cloud/Infrastructure geek, motorcyclist, auto racing enthusiast, Tesla-nerd, and technologist.”
Probably going to a wider beta in ~2 weeks
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 28, 2020
Twitter user DanBurkland asked Musk when #FSDbeta would be available in Minnesota, he wrote, referring to the beta version of the software. “Roads are dry and I’m happy to put it through its paces on our interesting roads,” he added.
“Probably going to a wider beta