Tesla system partly to blame in fatal 2016 crash: safety panel

September 13, 2017
New York (AFP) Sept 12, 2017

The "Autopilot" system used in Tesla automobiles was partly to blame for a fatal May 2016 crash in Florida where the electric car slammed into a truck, a US safety report concluded Tuesday. The driver's "overreliance" on the Tesla system - designed as a semi-autonomous diving system to be used with...
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