Reddit’s Tesla Motors community posted a video on their site that shows a driver sleeping inside a Tesla’s autopiloted Model S car while the car was running on the highway beside other cars, but it was uncertain whether the driver pretended to be asleep or he really went to sleep during the drive.
Though this auto has a mind blowing framework, utilizing 13 ultrasonic sensors to help its steer itself and move to another lane, keeping away from obstructions and hindrances, and even stop itself; not only this, it even has an element where you can beckon your autopilot to come and lift you, but above all, it doesn’t mean that with that intelligence this Tesla’s auto is completely autonomous, as the company’s CEO Elon Musk has over and over advised drivers not to sleep in the driver’s seat while the autopilot is running because it’s very important for drivers to have their hands on the wheel in the event that anything ought to happen.
CEO Elon Musk is still working on Tesla’s autopilot to improve it and make it fully autonomous, as the car is not yet on complete self-control. Numerous Tesla drivers have reported their autos attempting to do things they don’t need, such as swerving into movement or leaving too soon off the parkway. One driver even had his Autopilot disabled by a moth.
It is recommended to all Tesla autopilot owners not to do what this driver did, and to be aware all the time while driving, regardless whether the car is on autopilot or not.
Maybe in the near future, Tesla cars will be entirely autonomous. In January, Musk has said that your car could travel across the country in order to find you, knowing how and when to refuel along the way, in as little as two years from now.