Musk would be happy to license Tesla’s Autopilot system

In May, it partnered with the Ford Motor Company to enable the latest electric vehicle to use its superchargers throughout the United States and Canada.


Tesla Inc CEO Elon Musk has stated that he would be “glad” to license the automaker’s full self-driving (FSD) system, as well as “other technologies.”

“Tesla aspires to be as helpful as possible to other auto companies. We’ve made all of our patents freely available for several years now,” Musk tweeted.

“Now, we allow other companies to use our Supercharger network,” he added.

In May, Tesla partnered with Ford Motor Company to enable the latest electric vehicle (EV) to use its electric chargers across the United States and Canada.

Deliveries of Tesla Inc.’s electric vehicles in China rose 142% year-over-year in May, according to data from the China Passenger Car Association (CPCA).

On a monthly basis, sales were up 2.4%, or 77,695 units, from April, when 75,842 vehicles were delivered.

According to the report, BYD Co Ltd was second only to Tesla, with sales of 239,092 vehicles in the same month, up 14% from the previous year.

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