Warning: Unverified videos of Tesla cars with Autopilot engaged.
#darwinmode #slaughterpilot— Claus Møller (@ClausMller17) August 22, 2019
Just saw this video. Another Tesla driver stops his AP from crashing his car, the exact same place as Huang (Widow now suing Tesla for wrongful death) was killed.
This dangerous shit shouldn’t be allowed on public roads.https://t.co/x74lSmXR3d
Bug or Accidental Feature? #Tesla #AutoPilot engaged and ignoring no hands on wheel for 30 minutes according to driver. Shouldn’t there be a warning and the car stopping automatically? THIS IS NOT SAFE!!#PredictableAbuse $TSLA Cc: @SenMarkey $TSLAQ https://t.co/h7E80yobbz pic.twitter.com/VMZSywzg9f— 🅳🅼≡🅼🆂 (@dm_ms) December 1, 2019
At 5:54 $tsla AP tries to change lanes (from slower to faster moving traffic) directly into the path of a semi-trailer. Driver caught and corrected the mistake immediately. #TeslaAutopilotIssues https://t.co/rCBmB0z5n5— Justin (@Trumpery45) October 29, 2019
Did @Tesla give up on FSD/AP in 2019.32.1 or are the attorneys finally getting involved? The second part of that question is asked by aDigitalNomad as he can’t turn on AP in some areas where he used to do so.#TeslaAutoPilotIssues $TSLA https://t.co/zpOYp7AAg5— Suspected Saboteur (@ShortingIsFun) September 18, 2019
A man in Zhejiang, #China claims that his #Tesla car was on autopilot mode when it hit a highway traffic cone, which led to slight damages to the car’s front bumper. He says that the system didn’t detect the cone and it was too late for him to shift lanes. https://t.co/DkRmKJdUPm pic.twitter.com/WplgGXkCWk— The Paper (@thepapercn) September 11, 2019
Some guy literally asleep at the wheel on the Mass Pike (great place for it).— Dakota Randall (@DakRandall) September 8, 2019
Teslas are sick, I guess? pic.twitter.com/ARSpj1rbVn
“Autopilot is engaged on the highway. The bus is in the right lane but slowly moves to the middle lane. I had to intervene as Autopilot did not try to avoid or brake and I also did not get a collision warning.”#TeslaAutopilotIssues $TSLA $TSLAQhttps://t.co/mz8pQYXsAM— kamfujii (@kamfujii) September 5, 2019
INCREDIBLE TESLA UPDATE OF THE DAY:— elmerFUDD (@PlugInFUD) August 23, 2019
Remember the guy that ran into all of those plastic construction barrels while on Slaughterpilot?
His car is going to cost $25k to fix. $tsla $tslaq pic.twitter.com/D9n1RfMWD4
source: https://t.co/cl9r4WUZ4P— elmerFUDD (@PlugInFUD) August 23, 2019
Now with sound pic.twitter.com/TLnko0Z8GL— ✨French Montana Skeptic✨ (@JoeyAguaFresca) July 23, 2019
@RalphNader Ralph can you do anything about stopping this disturbing phenomenon? My wife and I shot this video last week on the busy I-5 in LA. @Tesla #sleepingdrivers #unsafeatanyspeed pic.twitter.com/ADbpt0uSZ4— Clint Olivier (@ClintOlivier) August 21, 2019
Niggas sliding down Slauson from the east side to fox hills wit no hands 😂 pic.twitter.com/yx9HpYSan0— Freddy Lane (@_TEN11x) August 5, 2019
Zoom in on this pic. Chap ‘driving’ his Tesla 3 on the i65 towards Chicago. He’s go his feet up and reading his iPad. Is autopilot the future and why do I feel so old? #TSLA pic.twitter.com/AAgQMTXNYE— AutoPap (@AutoPap) May 27, 2019
Sorry Tesla, autopilot is not ready for prime time. While in autopilot mode my model S just sideswiped a postal service vehicle. Busted the passenger side mirror. Thank goodness it wasn’t a kid on a bicycle! https://t.co/9PpoWP4HqP pic.twitter.com/LWCmzNHLm0— Dan White (@dwhite6851) April 27, 2019
1/ Here is a video of a Model 3 crashing into the back of a Subaru Forester while on Autopilot. The impact occurs about 20 seconds into the video. Not only does the Model 3 appear to accelerate into the crash, but the airbag didn’t even deploy. $TSLA pic.twitter.com/XdpM7b0SFw— NetflixAndLamp (@NetflixAndLamp) April 6, 2019