Sometimes our critics of Tesla and Ilona Maska "bit" the fans of this, now we can say "cult" brand, but we should keep in mind that there is no perfection in the automotive industry, and under the magnifying glass should be additionally newspapers of change, because we all want that the future be shaped properly.

Of course, it is not right to launch so-called autonomous driving software in beta and leave it to the public to engage in testing on public roads. It is clear that a company can always hide behind a disclaimer, so it practically has immunity from any legal repercussions if something goes wrong. As a rule, the blame shifts to the driver, but isn't that cynical, even by corporate standards?

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