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Watch this Self-Driving Tesla Model X cruise through Silicon Valley

Thursday, October 20, 2016 3:44
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Tesla has published a video demonstrating a Model X using the company’s new Self-Driving Capability. To the tune of The Rolling Stones – Paint it Black, we watch as an autonomous Model X embarks on a Silicon Valley joy ride all by itself. Tesla indicates in the video that the person seen in the driver’s seat is there only because of legal reasons.

The Model X starts it autonomous journey by first navigating through several tree-lined local streets, stopping on its own at a red light, and then merging onto a busy Interstate 280 in Silicon Valley. This is the first time we’re seeing imagery being captured from the eight onboard cameras that make up Tesla’s new self-driving hardware suite. Rear-side cameras detect vehicles that approach the Model X from its rear blind spots and allow it to safely merge into freeway traffic without human intervention. What’s even more impressive is the vehicle’s ability to exit a fast turning bend off the freeway, come to a stop and drive itself safely through an intersection.

The Model X is then seen returning back to its starting point at Tesla’s Palo Alto headquarters. But the ending to the video is likely what we’ll all come to see one day.

The post Watch this Self-Driving Tesla Model X cruise through Silicon Valley appeared first on TESLARATI.com.

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