Yesterday, Elon Musk hosted a live stream to showcase the capabilities of Tesla’s FSD V12. However, true to his unpredictable nature, things quickly took a turn. Not only did Musk fail to adhere to his own safety rules, but he also made light of a situation where the car almost ran a red light. To top it off, the billionaire decided to pay a visit to Mark Zuckerberg’s address. If you were hoping for a showdown between Musk and Zuckerberg, it seems unlikely to happen. Despite a never-ending saga that captivated us throughout the summer, the eccentric billionaire (you can guess which one) never misses an opportunity to grab the headlines. In the 45-minute live stream, the original intention was to showcase the latest version of Tesla’s FSD, their beta autonomous driving technology. However, things quickly spiraled out of control. Right from the start, Musk once again demonstrated that the rules he imposes on others do not apply to him. Throughout the entire live stream, the businessman filmed himself with his smartphone in hand while seated in the driver’s seat, a clear violation of the law.
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The Tesla in the video almost ran a red light, prompting Elon Musk to take over the wheel to avoid breaking traffic rules. He mentioned that this is why the Full Self-Driving (FSD) feature is not yet available to the general public. In a surprising move, Musk asked his passenger to search for Mark Zuckerberg’s address on Google and even showed it on camera. Although technically not considered doxxing, as the address is publicly available, the action raised questions about responsibility.