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The car landed upside down in a marsh.

During a 37-minute drive, his hands were on the wheel for 25 seconds.

80 mph Autosteer requires camera calibration to work.

Caught by a dashcam, the blame might not lie with the system.

Perhaps, the driver should have taken over in time.

He allegedly worked with the former head of Google's self-driving car.

The lawsuit says they there was an attempt to lure away Tesla employees.

Dashcam footage shows the Tesla stopping in time to avoid a big wreck. It may or may not be proof of the system's new capabilities.

With the new update, when the Autopilot is set on roads other than the freeway, you can't engage the system at speeds higher than the speed limit.

Monthly updates will then follow in 2017.

Keep your connection open.

Tesla to German government: thbbft!

The company revealed the results in a two-sentence statement to the German governement.

Will Tesla be forced to rename its semi-autonomous technology?

California and Germany have some issues with Autopilot.

Ignore the nags and lose the function.

If you ignore the Autopilot warnings, you go to time out.

Does it really matter?

There doesn't seem to be any new hardware associated with Autopilot 2.0.

The feature is now referred to as "self-assisted driving" rather than "Autopilot" or "self-driving."

It could be dangerous... if you have access to a $90,000 signal generator.

Researchers in South Carolina and China teamed up to fool the radar and ultra-sonic sensors in a Tesla Model S' Autopilot system. But it wasn't easy.

Regular checkups would emulate what the aviation industry has in place.

Is it still true that there's no such thing as bad publicity?

Joshua Brown's fatality at the wheel of a Tesla Model S didn't have a big impact on the public's perception of autonomous driving technology.

Just saying it's 'beta' isn't good enough, CR says.

The publication has called on Tesla to remove Autosteer and relabel Autopilot in the wake of the recent accidents.

Police found both devices in the wrecked EV, but don't know if Joshua Brown was using them.

A spokesperson with the Florida Highway Patrol disputed reports that Tesla Model S driver Joshua Brown was watching a movie at the time of his fatal crash.

This time, it was a Model X driving along the Pennsylvania Turnpike.

Both the vehicle's owner and passenger walked away from the accident, which the Pennsylvania State Police plan to issue a ticket over.

A roundup of this week's car news includes the first fatal Tesla Autopilot crash and Porsche's reveal of the 2017 Panamera.

A motorist is killed while using Tesla Autopilot. In what is believed to be the first fatal accident involving Tesla's autonomous driving feature.

Senior Editor Chris McGraw recaps the week in automotive news, including a look at the first fatal crash involving Tesla's Autopilot feature, and the 2017 Porsche Panamera debut.

Police found a portable DVD player in the wrecked EV.

Joshua Brown's fatal accident may be the fault of a problem with Tesla's AutoPilot system, but distracted driving could also be a contributing factor.

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