The Tesla Robotaxi, or the Tesla Network, will compete with Uber and Lyft for the ridesharing market, and it doesn’t look good for Uber and Lyft. With self driving technology, and a fleet of privately owned Tesla vehicles, how will Uber and Lyft compete with Tesla? We’ll be diving into the Tesla Robotaxi timeline, plan, news, and income that could be generated in the future.
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What is the Tesla Network or Tesla Robotaxi?
It’s like Uber or Lyft with Teslas. The Tesla Network was first announced by Elon Musk at Autonomy Day on April 22, 2019, where he outlined the company’s plans to have fully autonomous, self driving cars on the road in 2020. The network would combine Tesla’s full self driving technology with a ride hailing app to create a fleet of robotaxis. This fleet would be made up of privately owned Tesla vehicles that are already on the road today. An over the air update would activate the robotaxi function and allow owners to add and subtract their cars to the network as they choose. The Tesla Network will be open to the Model S, Model 3, Model X, Model Y, Tesla Roadster, and even the Cybertruck eventually.
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