An insider from Tesla leaked 100GB of data to the German publication Handelsblatt, which contains confidential information about testing the company’s autopilot.

According to the files received, customer complaints in the US, Europe and Asia lasted from 2015 to March 2022. Vehicle owners report more than 2,400 acceleration problems and 1,500 braking problems, including 139 “unintentional emergency braking” violations and 383 “phantom stops” due to false injury warnings.

Some drivers have worked in successful autopilot tests. But many complained that their electric car flew into a ditch, cut into a wall, or even met with the car.

At the same time, the documents speak of a strict non-disclosure agreement. Representatives of the company voice some thoughts about the accident only in children and only from birth. If necessary, they can be brought to court.

In a request for comment on the leak, Tesla demanded that all available information be deleted and that data be stolen. [Handelsblatt]

Source: Iphones RU

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