Famous Tesla's customer narrowly escapes from deadly accident thanks to its Autopilot

06/04/2018

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Zedd, a famous DJ and Tesla car owner recently shared a Twitter post thanking Tesla’s Autopilot for saving his life.

As a myriad of negative incidents which are pertinent to Tesla’s Autopilot have emerged recently, Billionaire Elon Musk cracking his brain to continuously improve his beloved program. His endeavor must have come fruitful with waves of applause from users as well as critics.

Elon Mushk introducing his new Tesla's vehicle

Billionaire Elon Musk is having to crack his brain to continuously improve his beloved program Autopilot

Latest good news for the automaker is the praise from Zedd, the famous DJ, shared on his Twitter thanking Tesla’s Autopilot for saving his life.

Zedd performing on his set

 Zedd recently posted on his Twitter thanking Tesla’s Autopilot for saving his life

Zedd's tweet on his Twitter on Tesla's auto pilot.

 The techno automakers apply to their cars is not only for the convenient experience but a lifesaver as well

In its manual, Tesla states a driver behind the wheel has to stay attentive and gets a hold of the complete control over the vehicle, meaning no sleepy motorists should be allowed to take charge of their Tesla’s vehicles. But the automaker is meticulous enough to develop their driver-assist tech Autopilot to make sure no accidents happen during the course of the driver’s sleepy drive.

The visual and audible alerts as the vehicle senses the driver’s inattentiveness are nothing new in the auto industry. In fact, this kind of safety features has been introduced on GM, Toyota, and Volvo vehicles. But the point is the autonomous techno is not only for the convenient experience but also a lifesaver as well.

Check out more photos of Zedd with his beloved Tesla’s car.

Zedd alongside his Tesla's car

The visual and audible alerts as the vehicle  senses  the driver’s inattentiveness are nothing new in the auto industry

Zedd alongside his Tesla's car

In fact, this kind of safety features has been planned by GM, Toyota, and Volvo

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