Musk has to be careful what he shares. As far as we understand, he still has an agreement with the SEC that he will not share certain information on Twitter and / or must be approved first. As you may know, former Nikola CEO Trevor Milton has been accused of making false comments about the company’s upcoming vehicles, which Musk may also be trying to pay more attention to. .
While some say Musk is making false comments, others are simply saying he’s upbeat and Tesla is often unable to meet his crazy schedule. For the most part, much of what Musk reveals ends up becoming. However, some optimistic plans are far removed. That doesn’t seem to be so true for most of the information that Musk revealed in a Tweetstorm last night.
Perhaps the most interesting tweet was a response about the upcoming FSD system, which Musk says can lead to places he’s never seen.
We have been waiting for FSD for a very long time. Now, Musk says he’s capable of zero intervention and will be released in “limited beta” in a few weeks.
Musk also says the ghost braking issue will be fixed in the recent update, so owners won’t have to wait for FSB.
The CEO then responded to a question that asked if the FSD update would be able to ‘drive / summon across states’. He again mentioned the snake charger, which hasn’t been talked about in years.
Musk has actually confirmed that the Snake Charger is still coming.
There are a lot more snippets in Elon Musk’s Tweetstorm last night. Now we just have to wait and see which statements come true. As always, let us know what you think in the comments section below.