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‘It’s Like Magic,’ Says Elon Musk As Tesla’s Supervised FSD Opens To Rave Reviews On One-Month Free-Trialing

An Exhilarating Unveiling

As Tesla, Inc.’s TSLA full-self driving software transitions from beta-testing to a supervised version and is offered for a month-long free trial in the United States, CEO Elon Musk and Tesla executives speak out about the software.

Positive Feedback Abounds

What Happened: Tesla influencer Sawyer Merritt shared enthusiastic feedback from a free-trial user on X, formerly Twitter, garnering high praise for the software.

Musk echoed the sentiments, sharing positivity regarding the latest version of FSD. Responding to beta version 11 veterans’ comments and first-time users’ potential reactions, Musk exclaimed, “It’s like magic.”

Airbnb co-founder Joe Gebbia also lauded the latest version’s testing, expressing amazement at the experience. Gebbia’s strong rapport with Musk is well-known, adding weight to his commendation.

Financial Ramifications

Why It’s Important: As Tesla grapples with volume growth challenges, attention shifts to revenue from ancillary sources and businesses. Analysts highlight the positive impact on Tesla’s revenue and profitability from the increased adoption of FSD, seen as a high-margin recurring revenue stream.

In a recent assessment, Canaccord Genuity analyst George Gianarikas commended Tesla’s software upgrade model, endorsing it as a driver for future market penetration gains.

Despite the optimism, critics voice concerns regarding the technology’s level of autonomy versus its cost. One vocal social media user’s remark, “I’ve used it for years and don’t much anymore because it still sucks at driving,” underscores lingering skepticism. Furthermore, regulatory bodies remain cautious about the technology.

Tesla concluded Thursday’s trading session with a % decline, closing at $, as per Benzinga Pro data.

Explore more of Benzinga’s Future Of Mobility coverage by following this link.

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