Tesla Optimus shows off its latest updates in new video

Tesla took to X to show off the latest developments to the Tesla Optimus humanoid robot over the weekend.

In the short clip, multiple Optimus are shown loading battery cells into a tray. The clip continues and shows an Optimus navigating through a large office to show off its extended range and ability to move throughout a space.

According to Tesla, several Optimus are now deployed in Tesla factories and are completing daily testing and refinement on live workstations.

It is unclear when the Optimus will be released, but the company evidently has focused on it with this much testing and validation over such a short amount of time.

Previously, Elon Musk had suggested that the Optimus could go on sale in late 2025. However, the cost of the Optimus is still relatively high, estimated to be around $30,000 per robot. This would be a good investment for a large company looking to eliminate dangerous, repetitive, or tedious tasks in their line of work, but that price point could be a little high for the consumer market.

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