Tesla chief executive Elon Musk has promised that by the end of 2020, it will have launched a robotaxi service. Pending, of course, the approval of regulators. At the company’s “Autonomy Day” back in April, Musk even went a step further (transcript from Sentieo):By the middle of next year, we'll have over 1 million Tesla cars in the road will full Self-Driving hardware, future complete at a reliability level that we will consider that no one needs to pay attention. Meaning you could go to sleep in your . . . from our standpoint, if you fast-forward a year, maybe a year, maybe a year and 3 months, but next year, for sure, we'll have over 1 million robo taxis on the road.In light of Musk’s proclamations, we were interested to see how Tesla’s smart summon feature would fare after it was
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