Everything you need to know about autonomous cars
A quick but detailed look at how they work and whether they're worth waiting for
With hybrid and electric technology already moving in leaps and bound and autonomous driving gaining a lot of popularity, the spotlight has now shifted towards bringing the two together. Brands have been spending a lot of their time and money in perfecting autonomous driving technology before they can get it to mass production because of the obvious perils.
Now while we know quite a bit about electric and hybrid technology, the latter is still comparatively new to most of us. So here’s a quick but detailed look at everything you need...
Details have now emerged of Autopilot 2.0, an update to the current version of Autopilot in Tesla cars that will hopefully address the severe limitations of Autopilot.
Tesla also said vehicle logs from the accident showed no action had been taken by the driver soon before the crash and that he had received earlier warnings
The safety board said that the Tesla design permitted the driver to disengage from the driving task.