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Incredible images show a Tesla car on the autopilot function that stops a dangerous collision between the vehicle and a bear and its two cubs (photo)

Keep in mind! Impressive moment Tesla autopilot reacts in the dark to stop the car before this mother hits grizzly and her cubs on Montana Road

  • Footage shows a Tesla car on autopilot function that brings a dangerous collision to a halt
  • Andrew Whittle posted a video in which his Tesla Model 3 automatically stopped after detecting a bear and her two cubs on a Montana road
  • The driver said it was a & # 39; great demonstration & # 39; was of the improvement in the Autopilot function of Tesla since he bought it
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Incredible images show a Tesla car on the autopilot function that stops a dangerous collision between the vehicle and a bear and its two cubs.

Andrew Whittle, born in Utah, posted a video on September 25 with his stop at Tesla Model 3 while saying he was on a road trip from Utah to Montana.

According to Whittle, the vehicle was traveling at 50 km / h when it discovered the family of bears.

A mother bear and two cubs are seen crossing the road before she appears frightened by the lights and comes to a halt with her babies.

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Incredible images show a Tesla car on the autopilot function that stops a dangerous collision between the vehicle and a bear and its two cubs (photo)

Incredible images show a Tesla car on the autopilot function that stops a dangerous collision between the vehicle and a bear and its two cubs (photo)

Post the video on Youtube, Whittle wrote: & # 39; This was an amazing demonstration of how much better the Autopilot feature has become since I received the car.

& # 39; Not only did the autopilot feel the bear family in the dark while the car was traveling at 50 km / h, but the Dashcam function recorded it in high resolution! Thanks again Tesla!. & # 39;

Tesla has recently been in the spotlight due to & # 39; automatic pilot accidents & # 39 ;. Federal investigators concluded in June 2018 that a Tesla SUV involved in a fatal accident in California accelerated earlier this year before it crashed, killing the driver.

According to Whittle, the vehicle was traveling at 50 km / h when it discovered the family of bears

According to Whittle, the vehicle was traveling at 50 km / h when it discovered the family of bears

According to Whittle, the vehicle was traveling at 50 km / h when it discovered the family of bears

A mother bear and two cubs are seen crossing the road before she looks frightened by the lights and stops her & # 39; s (photo)
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A mother bear and two cubs are seen crossing the road before she looks frightened by the lights and stops her & # 39; s (photo)

A mother bear and two cubs are seen crossing the road before she looks frightened by the lights and stops her & # 39; s (photo)

The Tesla Model X had been operating using the company's Autopilot software when it collided with a roadblock in Silicon Valley, California.

The National Transportation Safety Board, in a preliminary report on the March 23 crash, also said data show that the Model X SUV did not brake or attempted to steer around the barrier in the three seconds before the Silicon Valley crash.

Earlier this month, video showed a Californian Tesla driver sleeping behind the wheel while his car drives off the highway on the autopilot.

The driver said it was a & # 39; great demonstration & # 39; was of the improvement in the Autopilot function of Tesla since he bought it. Shown is a version of the Tesla Model 3
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The driver said it was a & # 39; great demonstration & # 39; was of the improvement in the Autopilot function of Tesla since he bought it. Shown is a version of the Tesla Model 3

The driver said it was a & # 39; great demonstration & # 39; was of the improvement in the Autopilot function of Tesla since he bought it. Shown is a version of the Tesla Model 3

The footage obtained by Storyful shows the unconscious driver sitting upright with his head bent back while his car speeds up the Interstate 280 in San Mateo, California in the San Francisco Bay Area.

The person who filmed the Tesla shows that he is driving at least 82 km / h to track the unconscious Tesla driver.

The Bay Area incident is the latest in a series of dormant sightings of Tesla drivers in the US.

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In September a Massachusetts driver caught a Tesla driver and his female passenger dormant while the car was driving at high speed on the state road in the Boston subway area.

Dakota Randall, who made a video of the incident, told it Boston Globe he honked to the driver, who was driving 55-60 km / h at that time, but the man and his passenger did not want to wake up.

Tesla did not immediately respond to the request from DailyMail.com earlier this month.

The company has made several statements through the media telling its drivers that it is not safe to fall asleep at the wheel, even when using the autopilot.

In recent years, at least four fatal accidents involving Tesla drivers using the autopilot have been reported.

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