Remember the last time a Tesla high-speed driver caught a jungle wolf, Autopilot was in a safe haven? Recently, another Tesla owner was driving in the suburbs when he came across a group of wild ducks that suddenly burst into the driveway. From the exposed video footage, Tesla Autopilot’s Autopilot Auto Assist Driver feature detected the ducks that appeared in the driveway, took the initiative to avoid, and drove the vehicle back into the original lane.
This not only saved a group of “small lives”, but also to ensure the safety of the driver.
In driving, these small animals from the shape and color is difficult to be found by the driver, especially in high-speed driving, suddenly out of the animal usually makes it difficult for the driver to react correctly in a timely manner, and therefore often cause traffic accidents.
It is understood that Tesla Autopilot’s auto-assisted driving feature has been able to identify small animals.
A recent media survey of 5,000 Model 3 owners found that 90 percent of car owners surveyed believed that driving with Autopilot’s auto-assisted driving increased safety.
Of those, 28 percent said Autopilot’s auto-assisted driving feature had helped them out of critical situations. One Model 3 owner said: “Auto-assisted driving is like your other pair of eyes, always watching the surrounding road conditions. ”
As Tesla CEO Elon Musk has said, auto-assisted driving is more than just a convenience experience, it also reflects Tesla’s relentless pursuit and commitment to safe driving.