In 2003, Musk co-founded Tesla Motors, which went public in 2010. Earlier this year, Musk announced that Tesla Motors is making its patents free and open source, in an effort to advance new electric car technologies.
Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk’s electric car company will now offer all-wheel-drive versions of the Tesla Model S, including one high-end option that can accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in a little more than 3 seconds, USA Today reported. That speed puts Tesla’s Model S among some of the fastest sedans.
Tesla will also introduce new autonomous safety features, including technology that can help the car park itself, and a feature that can nudge the vehicle over a lane when the driver hits the turn signal. The car will also be equipped with sensors that can read speed-limit signs and make appropriate adjustments, USA Today reported. Read More:
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