One of the under-reported announcements from Tesla CEO Elon Musk following the Tesla self-driving release was that Tesla is planning on conducting a coast-to-coast demonstration drive of the new technology with no human intervention, not even for charging. This demo drive will apparently occur sometime next year.
Coast-to-coast Tesla trips have been done on countless occasions now, some even in Autopilot for the majority of the time, but this will be the first attempt at such a journey with absolutely no human intervention.
The question on everyone's mind seem to be how will the self-driving Tesla get charged with no human intervention? Elon Musk provides the answer via a Twitter response:
We look forward to Tesla's demo drive and hope all goes as planned, but we do wonder if perhaps next year will be a bit too early to complete such an ambitious journey?