Tesla automobile predicts viral crash video | Viral video reveals Tesla automobile utilizing its autopilot system to foretell an accident, Web customers are impressed
Viral video shows Tesla predicting an accident on the highway
- The video, which was actually shot in 2016, went viral after recently re-surfacing online
- A red hatchback collides with another car and the Tesla behind them pulls up immediately
- The car uses radar to track the road ahead of two cars. It also tracks hazards before the actual accident
Tesla cars are known for their amazing technology and breakthrough safety features. But they are also famous for their advanced autopilot or long-distance driving features that allow people to control the vehicles without being behind the wheel.
Their autopilot mode is a trend on social media these days as a lot of people post videos and pictures of cars on streets with drivers in the backseat or passenger seats.
Tesla cars can drive themselves, but they need someone in the driver’s seat to activate the feature. It is seen as a safety measure that enables a driver to take over the autopilot function in the event of a malfunction.
Tesla also recommends using the autopilot feature in their cars only when someone is in the driver’s seat. Its website clearly states: “The current autopilot function requires active driver monitoring”.
While the driverless Tesla’s videos raised questions about the safety of the car, a new video on Twitter has impressed many with its safety features.
The short video shows a Tesla car using its autopilot system to predict a traffic accident with incredible accuracy.
Check it out here:
The video, filmed in 2016, went viral after recently re-surfacing online.
It shows how the vehicle reacts to danger by automatically stopping in the middle of the road instead of getting stuck in a collision that happens just a few meters away.
A red hatchback collides with another car and the Tesla behind them immediately stops.
The car uses radar to track the road ahead of two cars. It also tracks hazards before the actual accident.
The short clip was shared on Twitter by Frank van Hoesel, who owns a Tesla Model X. It was his car that managed to avoid the collision