Surveillance footage of a Tesla car crashing a few hours after Earon Mask provided the beta version of `` fully automatic driving ''
On November 24, 2022, a Tesla car running on a highway suddenly decelerated and stopped, causing an accident in which the following car collided. With the newly released report of this accident, it was found that the car that caused the accident was running with Tesla's Full Self Driving (FSD) turned on. On this day, the beta version of FSD was delivered, and the safety of FSD was once again questioned.
Exclusive: Surveillance Footage of Tesla Crash on Bay Bridge
Newly Released Video Of Thanksgiving Day Tesla Full Self-Driving Crash Demonstrates The Fundamental Problem Of Semi-Automated Driving Systems - The Autopian
According to the police accident report obtained by the overseas media The Intercept, the Tesla Model S that caused the accident ran at 50 miles per hour (about 80 km) in the second lane from the left of the 5-lane road at the time of the accident. was However, while driving, he suddenly turned on the left turn signal and pulled over to the leftmost lane, then decelerated and stopped. A total of eight vehicles were damaged and nine people were injured.
I obtained surveillance footage of the self-driving Tesla that abruptly stopped on the Bay Bridge, resulting in an eight-vehicle crash that injured 9 people including a 2 yr old child just hours after Musk announced the self-driving feature.—Ken Klippenstein (@kenklippenstein) January 10, 2023
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Since the accident report revealed that the driver turned on Tesla's FSD, the safety of the FSD, which has often been pointed out as problems such as ' plunging into a lane with a parked vehicle ', is a problem. was viewed. Sudden braking like the one seen in this accident is known as 'phantom braking' and hundreds of similar phenomena have been reported by Tesla owners.
The Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has announced that it will launch an investigation into the accident. According to NHTSA data, Tesla vehicles using Tesla's basic driving support system `` Autopilot '' have been involved in 273 collisions from July 2021 to June 2022. Data show that Tesla accounts for nearly 70% of the total 329 accidents involving advanced driver assistance systems provided by each manufacturer, accounting for the majority of fatalities and serious injuries.
As traditional automakers enter the electric vehicle market, Tesla is increasingly forced to differentiate. In 2022, Mr. Musk said , ``FSD is an essential function that Tesla should develop.'' It is a situation that allows the following. It has been pointed out that the term 'fully automated driving' is misleading, so the state of California has disguised vehicles that cannot be fully automated driving as if they can be fully automated, to manufacturers including Tesla. We are requesting that it be prohibited to sell products with misleading names.
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