Tesla Driver Blames Autopilot Crash in China on Sales Staff Misrepresenting the Technology

By Jon LeSage The driver of a Tesla Model S that crashed in Autopilot in China is contending sales staff overplayed “self-driving” capabilities.
Tesla said Wednesday that a Model S crashed in Beijing while in Autopilot mode in a minor incident without injuries. Tesla said it had reviewed data to confirm the car was in Autopilot mode during the crash last week.
Luo Zhen, a 33-year-old programer, was driving to work and engaged the Autopilot function as he often does on Beijing’s highways, he told Reuters. He said that is car hit a vehicle parked halfway off the highway, which tore off the parked vehicle’s

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