Canadian police chased after speeding Tesla, which seemed… empty
However, it seems that these do not always work or can be easily circumvented, as the recent Canadian case shows. The event took place in July, but only now the people guilty of all the fuss have been punished, that is ... a 20-year-old Tesla driver who decided to take a nap while driving and give the car control to the virtual hands of Autopilot. As a result, the positioned passenger and driver seats gave the impression that there was no one in the car, so the police immediately set off in pursuit when they received a report of \"Tesla Model S rushing on the highway\". When they managed to get closer to the car, it was going at a speed of 140 km / n, breaking the current 110 km / h limit, and it accelerated to 150 km / h when the patrol turned on the beacons.