In March, the US Department of Transportation published its own recommendations for Tesla’s cruise vehicle, recommending that the Model S have a fully automated drive system.

The Tesla Model X was the first fully autonomous vehicle to be released in the US, and it came with an autonomous drive system built into its cabin.

Tesla has since added a suite of driver assistance systems, and the company plans to offer more fully autonomous versions in the future.

In May, Tesla released its Autopilot software for the Model X, which allowed the car to be able to navigate around obstacles and take over when it was in the middle of a hard corner.

It also added features like blind spot detection, lane keep assist, and adaptive cruise control, all of which are now part of Autopilots.

While Tesla is likely to keep adding more fully automated features to its cars over the coming years, the company has been slowly working on an autonomous version of the Model 3 for a few years now.

After a delay of more than a year due to a bug that caused the car’s brakes to malfunction, the Model III has now arrived, with the introduction of the Autopolitan, a fully autonomous version that Tesla said will be fully operational by 2021.