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The crash in Florida that killed a driver who was using his Tesla's Autopilot feature is raising questions about whether stronger federal regulation will make sure self-driving technology is thoroughly tested before going into cars.
Separately, a second a Southfield, Mich., art gallery owner told police his 2016 Tesla Model X was in Autopilot mode when it crashed and rolled over on the Pennsylvania Turnpike July 1. The crash came just one day after the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued a report on a fatal crash in May involving a Tesla that was in self-driving mode. USA Today article and video on July 1 accident here
The May 7 crash that killed Joshua Brown, 40, of Ohio as he was driving near Williston, Fla., comes as the NHTSA is believed to be formulating guidelines around the development of self-driving cars. While the agency has encouraged the advent of self-driving vehicles as way of preventing accidents, the crash underscores the urgency to make sure the systems remain safe during their development phase.
Not only were the luxury automaker's fourth-quarter sales up by 17.8%, but its entire year sales increased by an impressive 8.4%.
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The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and Metris van also had a good year with 9.1% growth.
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Sales have hit an all-time record as the automaker reaps the reward of its strategy to shed its fusty image and target younger buyers.
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The popular SUV will be offered in both the standard-length body style as well as the extended-length ESV version.
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