AutoPilot provides driver assistance that is supported beginning with all Tesla vehicles manufactured since late September 2014 are equipped with a camera mounted at the top of the windshield, forward looking radar (supplied by Bosch)[166][167] in the lower grill and ultrasonic acoustic location sensors in the front and rear bumpers that provide a 360-degree buffer zone around the car. This equipment allows vehicles to detect road signs, lane markings, obstacles and other vehicles. In addition to adaptive cruise control and lane departure warning, a US$2,500 "Tech Package" option will allow this system to enable semi-autonomous drive (called Summon) and parking capabilities (called AutoPark).[168][169] These features were activated via over-the-air software updates as of October 15, 2015. The technology was developed in partnership with the Israeli company Mobileye.[170] In July 2016, Mobileye and Tesla ended their business relationship; the AutoPilot system as of version 8 uses the radar as the primary sensor instead of the camera.[171]

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In November 2013, Tesla confirmed the company expected to deliver the Model X in small numbers by end of 2014, with high volume production planned for the second quarter of 2015.[257] However, Tesla announced in February 2014 that in order to focus on overseas roll outs of the Model S during 2014, it expected to have production design Model X prototypes in late 2014, and begin high-volume deliveries for retail customers in the second quarter of 2015.[258] In November 2014 Tesla again delayed the start of deliveries till the third quarter of 2015.[259] In August 2015, user groups estimated around 30,000 X pre-orders, compared to 12,000 for the S.