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AutoNation CEO Calls Elon Musk's Promise About Self-Driving Cars 'Almost Unethical'

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AutoNation CEO Calls Elon Musk's Promise About Self-Driving Cars 'Almost Unethical'

AutoNation CEO Calls Elon Musk's Promise About Self-Driving Cars 'Almost Unethical'

According to a report by Business Insider, AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson chimed in on Tesla CEO Elon Musk's recent promises about autonomous vehicle technology.

In an interview with CNBC, Jackson said, "I think he is overpromising on autonomous vehicles in an almost unethical way." On Tuesday, ARK Invest released an article in which Musk said that, pending regulatory approval, he is 'certain' Tesla vehicles will be able to operate without any driver intervention by the end of this year.

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