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Tesla CEO Elon Musk said Monday that he intends to have the electric car maker's autopilot technology ready by the end of the year and hopes it will be widely introduced in the United States and possibly Europe, depending on regulatory approval, Reuters reported.

Speaking at an energy conference in Norway, Musk said his current focus is on the SpaceX Starship and Tesla's self-driving electric cars.

"The two technologies I am focused on, trying to ideally get done before the end of the year, are getting our Starship into orbit ... and then having Tesla cars to be able to do self-driving. Have self-driving in wide release at least in the U.S., and ... potentially in Europe, depending on regulatory approval," he said.

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