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It's about autopilot in two million vehicles

It's about autopilot in two million vehicles

The US regulator is taking a closer look at Tesla's latest recall. The question is whether installing new Autopilot safety measures in two million Tesla cars, which the company announced last December, is enough. NHTSA said Friday there were concerns after accidents with the upgraded vehicles. There are also results from NHTSA's own tests.

Tesla has released software updates that address these concerns, but they are not part of the recall. The American electric car manufacturer recalled about two million cars in December due to problems with the autopilot. NHTSA justified the move at the time by pointing out the lack of mechanisms to ensure drivers constantly focused their attention on traffic. The investigation was triggered by a series of incidents in which the autopilot was active. Among other things, Tesla cars crashed into parked ambulances; Some accidents led to people losing their lives.

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