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Tesla responds to former partner Mobileye’s comments on Autopilot technology

Tesla responds to former partner Mobileye’s comments on Autopilot technology

In a statement released on Thursday, US-based electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla has responded to its spat with former partner Mobileye, an Israeli company that supplied cameras for Tesla’s Autopilot-equipped semi-autonomous vehicles.

Tesla’s statement comes in response to Mobileye’s recent criticism of the safety of Tesla’s Autopilot assisted driving technology.

Upgraded battery pack pushes the limit and turns Tesla as world’s fastest electric car

Upgraded battery pack pushes the limit and turns Tesla as world’s fastest electric car

On Tuesday, Tesla Motors said that it is coming up with a new version of its Model S all-electric sedan that can go from zero to 60 miles per hour in just two-and-a-half seconds. Announcing on Tuesday, Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk said that larger upgraded battery pack is behind super-fast acceleration.

Role played by Cameras and Radar in Crash Being Investigated By Tesla

Role Cameras and Radar Played In Crash Being Investigated By Tesla

A meeting was held between Tesla engineers and a Senate committee on Thursday, during which the former informed the committee that the role cameras and radar played during the crash of a Model S that led to the death of the driver is being investigated by the engineers of the premium electric vehicle manufacturer. This information was revealed by two people familiar with the meeting.

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