By Adam Scheck
In 2014, Tesla Motors created Autopilot 1.0. This version can drive if there is lines on the road and if it can see them. It can only go without lines when it is following another car in front. The car can not read stop signs, or red lights In early 2017, Tesla created 2.0. Autopilot 2.0 can do the same thing as 1.0 today. Soon in the year, they say it will be able to drive on roads without lines or cars. It can drive in rain, snow or any other weather. It will automatically look in your calendar to see where you need to go when you get in the car. It will find the destination and drive if you want it to. This full self-driving capability starts at $8,000 in a Model X. For a loan, $117/mo. For a lease, $133/ mo. You will always have to sit in the car for it to drive. If you don't like to drive or if you go on long trips, You should get this feature on a Tesla that you would buy.
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