Elon Musk commented on the recent fatal Tesla crash that left two people dead. Tesla’s boss said autopilot mode was not activated at the time of the crash.
Tesla boss Elon Musk has made a major statement about last weekend’s fatal Tesla crash. The American entrepreneur said that “data from the electric car indicates that the autopilot mode was not activated at the time of the accident.”
A Twitter user commenting on the Wall Street Journal report recalled that the autopilot mode at Tesla turned off 10 seconds after the driver pulled his hands off the wheel. Elon Musk told the user that he “investigated the incident even better than WJS journalists.”
This doesn’t make sense.There are safety measures in place with the autopilot Seat is weighted to— Ahmad A Dalhat (@Amart15416132) April 18, 2021
make sure there is a driver ,hands must be on steering wheel every 10 seconds or it disengages.
Autopilot doesn’t go over the speed limits oover limit isi mpossible… Research pls
Tesla CEO Elon Musk said: “The data obtained so far show that the autopilot was not active at the time of the accident and the FSD (Fully Autonomous Driving) feature was not purchased for the vehicle in question,” he said.
The experienced manager also added that there must be lanes on the road for the autopilot to be engaged, but there is no lane line where the accident happened. So how did the accident happen?
The fatal Tesla crash, which killed two people, one 59 and the other 69, occurred last weekend in Houston, United States. According to reports, the 2019 Tesla Model S, which was traveling at high speed, failed to take a bend, crashed into a tree, and then caught fire.
The body of one of the victims in the vehicle was found in the front passenger seat and the other in the back seat. A preliminary investigation by police officers concluded that no one was in the driver’s seat at the time of the crash. However, more evidence will need to emerge before the case can be fully clarified.