Latest Tesla crash proves we shouldn’t be so quick to blame Autopilot
A rollover crash in Minnesota was initially blamed on Tesla’s Autopilot feature, after the Kandiyohi County Sheriff’s Office told local media that Autopilot was engaged at the time of the crash.
But while details regarding the incident are still emerging, the driver has now clarified that he “lost control” of his Tesla and accelerated into a turn, causing the car to go flying off the road and roll over.
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