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Tesla’s next-gen Autopilot technology might be a game-changer

Tesla CEO Elon Musk got the tech world buzzing yesterday when he posted a tweet promising to deliver an "unexpected" new product at a special event slated to take place on October 17. In turn, the speculation surrounding Musk's tweet exploded, with the most intriguing and believable rumors pointing towards Tesla introducing new Autopilot hardware next week. DON'T MISS: Major Nintendo NX leak may have revealed pricing, features and bundles That said, Fred Lambert over at Electrek reports that Tesla is working on a new autonomous technology platform dubbed Tesla Vision that promises to make the company's Autopilot software all the more impressive and perhaps better than anything else out on the market.
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