The Laguna Beach Police Department in Orange County, California, tweeted images from the scene on Tuesday, showing one of its SUVs smashed and missing a rear wheel after a Tesla sedan rammed it off the roadway.
A Tesla driver in California was driving in Autopilot mode when the auto slammed into a parked police vehicle, adding to a fast-growing list of recent autopilot-involved accidents.
The latest crash involving a Tesla in Autopilot mode didn't turn tragic, as some past ones have, but certainly was embarrassing.
Tesla says it's warned drivers NOT to rely on the system and to remain alert while it's engaged. In an April interview, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said Autopilot will never be flawless and drivers need to remain alert while driving. It also insists the accidents are primarily the result of human error, not the autopilot feature itself. In the settlement, Tesla will pay the customers $20 to $280 and put $5 million into a fund for lawyers' fees and other costs in the case. In Utah this month, a Tesla Model S was in autopilot when it slammed into the back of a fire department vehicle that was stopped at a red light.
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Several crashes and fire incidents involving Tesla vehicles this year has been a near constant headache for Chief Executive Elon Musk, who boasts that his company's vehicles are among the safest in the industry.
The National Transportation Safety Board opened an investigation into a fatal accident in March in which a Tesla Model X had Autopilot engaged when it crashed into a concrete highway divider in California.
Sgt. Cota said the crash occurred in the same area where a Tesla rammed into a semi a year ago, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported.
Tesla has maintained Autopilot should not be viewed as a fully autonomous feature.