Tesla Full Self-Driving in Las Vegas Tunnels ‘Maybe Later This Year’: Musk



The Boring Company could be getting ready to use Tesla vehicles with Full Self-Driving (FSD) in its tunnels sooner than expected, according to the latest update from Elon Musk.

When asked how long it would be until The Boring Company used Teslas with the automaker’s FSD system on Tuesday, CEO @Elon Musk responded with “maybe later this year”.

The thread came in response to a Tesmanian (use code TESLANORTH10 for 10% off) story detailing The Boring Company’s plans to reach as many as 55 hotels with its underground loop, just after the company revealed the first Boring Co. passenger station earlier this month.

Last month, Las Vegas approved The Boring Company’s plans to expand to the outer city limits, planned to span over 34 miles and include even non-hotel landmarks such as the Harry Reid Airport and Allegiant Stadium.

In April, The Boring Company raised its valuation to $5.67 billion with the help of a new round of funding.

Musk and The Boring Company are currently in talks with the Texas government, as well as with individual cities including San Antonio and Austin.

Additionally, Fort Lauderdale, Florida’s City Council approved a proposal to start planning The Boring Company tunnels leading from the city’s downtown area to the beach.

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