TESLA BRUM – The future of automation is finally here and it’s being built in Birmingham.
On April 1st 2019 Telsa unveiled the worlds first fully automated car and announced the small, artificially intelligent, self-driven car would be manufactured in Birmingham, England.
Unlike previous cars Tesla has produced, the new Tesla Model BRUM is powered by a self-learning AI algorithm meaning the driver does not have to interact at all in order to be taken from place to place.
The Model BRUM is only 10% the size of the previous Model B. This has raised some questions from industry experts about who is actually meant to use it?
Worryingly early testing has hinted at serious problems with the self-driving AI.
Reports of the car driving from point to point when owners believed it was powered down have been dismissed as ridiculous by Telsa’s UK CTO Micky Mender.
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Speaking at an event today, Mr Mender revealed that Telsa’s is now working on the final phase of regulatory checks in Birmingham in coordination with WPC Truncheon.
Early orders have been confirmed by Big Town Mayor, Mrs. Posh and Granny Slippers.