Elon Musk’s electric and self-driving cars seemed like science fiction fifteen years ago. In 2018, the visionary and CEO of Tesla is driving the conversation about the future of the automotive industry. It took a while for his two primary missions—electric and autonomous vehicles—to hit the roads, but the future is now officially here.
According to the London School of Economics, between June 2012 and February 2016, Tesla made five major software releases for its Model S electric car. They had 23 minor and 89 maintenance updates, amounting to 117 releases. On average, this vehicle received updates every 11.5 days. Compare this to the traditional automotive industry whose products are still largely present on the road. You buy a final product with little space for changes and tweaks. So how do we adapt to the vehicles of the future where their components are in a state of constant change?Read More