A lot of market experts called Elon Musk a person with no practical thoughts when he expressed his desire to launch a car with self-driving feature installed in it. However, he has probably done what he might have meant that time. According to reports, the most followed Model X of Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) was captured by people on California Highway.
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Model X of Tesla Motors can be driven in auto-pilot mode on highways and other long routes. Reports claim that the company might have been testing the model when someone captured its images and videos on California Highway. After this incident, the rumors of this all-electric SUV hitting the market have touched new heights. If everything goes as per plans, then it will be available in the market within the next six months. With ‘everything’ Tesla means tests, regulatory approvals and technical issues.
Reporters tried to get in touch with the Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) representatives to know more about the launch of Model X, but the company opted to remain silent. One of the representatives stated that Tesla would start delivering the cars rather than organizing a public launch and a big event. It simply means that the images and the videos that have been captured recently may be the only evidence that brag about company’s progress concerning Model X.
The social media is overwhelmed with Musk’s interviews about Model X’s likeliness to hit the market this summer. Around three weeks ago, an unknown Twitter account published four photos of the latest model, which took the buzz about this second to none initiative to an all new level. As per the reports, this unknown twitter account is “ModelXnews” with not more than 2000 followers. Even though its reach is limited, but its admin surely has a close eye on Tesla and Model X cars.
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