Elon Musk made a remark on Tesla's next vehicle, claiming that it will run "nearly totally in autonomous mode,"

 yet the firm has yet to fulfil this promise for all vehicles produced since 2016.

Many people were upset that Tesla didn't go into depth about the car types that would be built on this new platform,

Tesla last week revealed its plan to construct a new vehicle platform that will be more economical to produce.

Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla, mentioned in passing during a brief speech at a Morgan Stanley conference today that the vehicles

 would be constructed on Tesla's next-generation platform will function "nearly totally in autonomous mode."

But, some individuals are concerned about Tesla's plans to develop a new car that will be virtually

Tesla will make all of its vehicles produced since 2016 "fully self-driving," according to Musk, through software upgrades.

In the belief that the firm would someday fulfil that promise, several Tesla purchasers paid between $5,000 and $15,000.

Nevertheless, according to the automaker's own admission, Tesla has only so far provided "Full Self-Driving Beta"