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It’s what’s under the hood that matters

<em>What does an out-of-control self-driving electric vehicle have in common with the self-identification movement? Both are headed for disaster...</em>

29 October 2022

3:14 PM

29 October 2022

3:14 PM

News of a fatal accident involving everyone’s favourite electric car that smashed into a tree with no one at the wheel raises the question: Why do these swanky EVs have a ‘full self-driving’ feature if they don’t fully drive themselves?

There is now a criminal investigation in America over the company’s self-driving car claims following more than a dozen crashes that occurred while the self-driving feature was activated.

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