Who here thinks that roughly 24 months from now there will be a third major leap in both sensor quality/quantity and computing horsepower? And - because speculation is our raison d'être here at TMC - what will it be? My money is on more radar and perhaps even more cameras for redundancy, perhaps coupled with fully redundant computers and various fail-safe devices for the steering and braking systems. At that point I also speculate we may see a way to fold the steering wheel/yoke away from the driver along with a fold-out tray to use as a mobile desk, and even a driver's seat which can recline into a bed with a footrest. If Tesla pulled this off 24 months from now it will be one way to throw more egg in the Germans' faces and stay a step ahead of them - we are now two years into lane-keeping that has still been equaled by nobody. 24 months from now Benz will just be rolling out their first long range EV and there are no indications it will be fully self driving, let alone have anything like a driver's desk or sleeping chair. As long as I'm guessing, I'll speculate we are also 24-36 months away from a longer wheelbase flagship Tesla sedan with roomier rear seats which also recline. Yes, Tesla is on a mission to go mass market but that doesn't mean they aren't simultaneously developing the next generation of their upmarket offerings also. What do y'all think?