Tesla has released a mode for its car that will completely let your car decide when to change lanes.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted that its Autopilot driver assistance system will get full self-driving features following a software upgrade in August.
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
A spokeswoman for Tesla Inc and a lawyer for the family has declined to say if the automaker has reached a legal settlement with the Brown family.
A man killed in a crash last year while using Tesla Model S sedan kept his hands off the wheel for extended periods of time, says the NTSB report
Tesla Inc and the former head of its Autopilot program have settled a lawsuit brought by the electric vehicle maker in January.
Level-5 autopilot does not need any driver intervention
Cars that were sold prior to that will get the updates in the coming weeks<br />
Yet another report criticises Tesla for its autopilot system for not being safe. But is it valid?
Mobileye accuses Tesla of "pushing the envelope in terms of safety" with Autopilot; Tesla says it isn't
Mobileye broke ties with Tesla Motors because the Silicon Valley firm was “pushing the envelope in terms of safety” with the design of its Autopilot driver-assistance system
Tesla’s Autopilot system uses cameras and radar, but not laser-based lidar as some other self-driving systems do. The company said its system would have had trouble distinguishing a white semi-trailer positioned across a road against a bright sky.
While the negative reports about Tesla's Autopilot system seem to be increasing, Tesla CEO, Elon Musk may finally have some news which may give him some relief.
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.