Annonced today, in a kind of sneaky way: mentioned on the order page under details for the new AP options: Please note that using a self-driving Tesla for car sharing and ride hailing for friends and family only is fine, but doing so for revenue purposes will only be permissible on the Tesla Network, details of which will be released next year. Look, it's been said again and again on this forum, rightly so: technical advances and new features really doesn't make the stock jump. What does is stuff that will definately impact the bottom line. Point in case: Tesla Network, Tesla hosted autonomous ride sharing - Tesla shares profits with customer. Boom. We've been over this up and down, the analysis has been done at least in broad strokes, there's nothing to misunderstand: Cars typically spend something like 16-20 hours standing still. EVs are far cheaper to operate and will only get cheaper. Autonomous driving cuts out the cost of the human driver. They will be able to undercut any competition and still be profitable, and because of the lower price the personal autonomous car ride giving market will explode. Good times.