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The Daily Dish (12/30/20)

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Why Luminar Technologies’ Stock Spiked Yesterday

  • This tweet from Monday night got some notice – and as Twitter tends to do – it started speculation. It pictures Luminar Hydra LiDAR $LAZR on a test Tesla.

    Twitter avatar for @klwttsThe Kilowatts 🚗⚡️ @klwtts
    Engineering Test Model Y rocking a new set of sensors! #Tesla #ModelY #Autopilot #FSD #FSDBeta
  • To be clear, this in no way implies a relationship between Tesla and Luminar. Infact, Elon on Autonomy Day in 2019 Elon said this: “LiDAR is a fool’s errand – anyone relying on LiDAR is doomed”.

  • Safe to say I don’t think Elon has changed his opinion. Watch 👇


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