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Following that announcement from the NTSB, it appears that Tesla has now been removed as a party in the investigation of the aforementioned Tesla Model X Autopilot accident in California.
Tesla insists that public safety is its priority. "Such releases of incomplete information often lead to speculation and incorrect assumptions about the probable cause of a crash".
In response Tesla, in a statement emailed to Bloomberg, the firm said it withdrew from the NTSB investigation as it believes not publishing information about the investigation "fundamentally affects public safety negatively". "The family wants to investigate this incident and help ensure that this tragedy does not happen to other consumers who buy semi-autonomous vehicles". That is, if security is continuing higher in an uptrend, the amount of the protection should also increase and vice versa.
Tesla is targeting the month of November next year 2019 as the start of production for its Model Y sports utility vehicle, with production in China will begin two years later. "However, this release will not hinder our investigation".
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It's not hard to see why an official investigation might be annoyed at premature disclosures like this one. This is the heart of the spat between the vehicle maker and NTSB, as the federal agency told the Washington Post it was "unhappy" that Tesla released this information.
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Tesla's Autopilot setting lets the car's sensors - including radars, ultrasonic detectors and LiDAR - control the vehicle's speed and movement between lanes. Failure to put hands back on the controls will eventually result in the vehicle bringing itself to a stop. "The driver had received several visual and one audible hands-on warning earlier in the drive and the driver's hands were not detected on the wheel for six seconds prior to the collision". The agency was frustrated that Tesla had been talking about an open investigation. Tesla says there is one auto death in the US for every 86 million miles driven, but for Tesla vehicles, it's one death for every 320 million miles. "People simply can't attend to when there is not much happening".
That included news that the company was facing a probe by the National Labor Relations Board accusing it of improperly dismissing nearly 1,000 factory workers, allegedly due to support for a union at Tesla's Fremont, California plant.
NTSB noted that its investigations generally take 12 to 24 months to complete.