The Tesla Autopilot programme has been approved in all countries where its electric cars are sold. The only exception is Japan but even here the programme is still under review and is likely to soon get green lighted. This information was released by CEO, Elon Musk via his official Twitter account.
This approval means, Tesla owners globally would be able to use the Autopilot system and take advantage of the car driving itself. The system is currently in its Beta testing stage and this global approval is expected to take it forward a long way thanks to the varied inputs that Tesla will get from drivers around the world.
The company has already announced that the Autopilot system version 10.1 will be launched soon and this is expected to bring updates in the form of better lane tracking, curved speed adoption and controller smoothness.