Obviously, the car running in autopilot mode failed to pass the curve.
Two people were killed in a Tesla accident in Harris County, Texas on Saturday night, and a Tesla was unmanned.
According to agency reports, when the Tesla Model S failed to pass the curve and drove onto the road in 2019, it was driving at high speed, knocked down on a tree and caught fire.
After the fire was extinguished, the authorities placed two occupants in the vehicle, one in the front passenger seat and the other in the rear seat of Tesla.
Two people were killed in a Tesla accident in Harris County, Texas, on Saturday night, leaving a Tesla unmanned.