Tesla’s autopilot feature has been the subject of much debate as cars shift more and more towards full autonomous use.
While the promise of autonomous vehicles is promising, vehicles aren’t there yet and people have been hurt thinking their vehicle will drive itself.
The crash in China came at a precarious time for Tesla. In the summer of 2016, the automaker and its semi-autonomous system were facing intense scrutiny after it revealed a Florida driver had died earlier that year in a crash involving a Model S cruising in Autopilot. An investigation by U.S. auto regulators was already underway.
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