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Tesla Model S On Autopilot Involved In Crash

Posted on September 29, 2016

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A Tesla Model S driver in Germany got into an accident while Autopilot was activated, but the semi-autonomous feature may not be to blame.

The Tesla Model S crashed into a tourist bus in Germany, slightly injuring the driver in the process, the AP reported. The 29 people on the bus were unharmed in the accident.

German police are saying the 50-year-old driver is blaming Autopilot for the crash, according to the AP. The Model S rear-ended the bus on the highway.

Business Insider article here

Related Topics: accidents, autonomous vehicles, bus crash, driverless cars, German operators, self-driving vehicles, Tesla, Tesla Model S

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