Feb 6, 17, 09:05 PM
I'm confused by the article. It says 'Autopilot' isn't to blame, then says that the driver had set it on autopilot 2 minutes prior to the crash.
Wasn't this the crash where the Tesla, on autopilot, rear ended the semi? I understand that ultimately the driver is responsible for the vehicle whether autopilot is engaged or not, but a properly functioning autopilot shouldn't rear end a semi after traveling at 74 MPH for 2 minutes.