“Supervised” FSD update, a rare Roadster, new Ford Capri, & Michigan gets angry

On today’s episode of Quick Charge, Tesla launches a new “Supervised” Full Self Driving update, a rare, carbon-bodied Tesla Roadster goes on sale, there’s an all-new Ford Capri EV, and the great State of Michigan tells your HOA to stuff it when it comes to home solar and EV charging!

Elon says Tesla’s latest FSD update won’t require intervention for up to a year – but as we discussed yesterday, he may not be getting the full picture from his dev team. Meanwhile, the new Ford Capri looks more like a Polestar than its 70s namesake, Michigan tells your HOA to stuff it, and I get to say a Chinese car’s funny name.

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