Tesla’s speed is nearly 100 per hour. The driver’s seat is empty, and four passengers drove autonomously and drank and chanted


 

 

 

On September 12, according to TMZ, a recent video of Tesla’s autopilot in California, USA became popular and caused concern. In the video, Tesla has turned on the autopilot function and there is no one in the driving position. Other passengers didn’t care about it and even sang loudly. The speed has reached 96 kilometers per hour, and there are some alcoholic beverages on the back seats.

It is worth noting that, according to relevant instructions on Tesla’s official website, autonomous driving still requires the driver to concentrate on driving, and the driver needs to get his hands on the steering wheel to be ready to take over the vehicle at any time .

Although Tesla’s self-driving functions are getting better and better, there are still car accidents caused by self-driving: In March 2019, a Model 3 driven by a man in Florida crashed into a tractor because Tesla was unable to Identify a semi truck.

This incident has once again aroused the public’s thinking about autonomous driving, and IT House previously reported that Tesla CEO Elon Musk said that Tesla’s autonomous driving system Autopilot will achieve a “quantum leap” improvement. The test is successful, and the upgrade will be pushed to American car owners in mid-December.


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