Shocking TikTok video shows Tesla driving 60mph on autoplet as four passengers with NOBODY on driving seat on California highway as four passengers drink white paw and sing to Justin Bieber
- The footage shows youth partying inside the car as it flies down the highway.
- Seltzer cans are scattered around the car and music blasts
- The group sang and bobbed with Justin Bieber’s classic hit ‘Baby’
- The driver’s seat is empty with autopilot reaching 60 mph
- According to Tesla’s website, the autopilot should be used ‘with a fully attentive driver who has his hands on the wheel and is ready to handle them at any moment’.
- Tesla Autopilot includes 4 fatal accidents and many close calls
A TikTok video originates from a Tesla car with no one on the driving seat on the California highway on autopilot as four passengers drink seltzer cans and sing along with Justin Bieber.
Shocking footage posted on the TikTok account @BlurrBlake showed three youths – partying with an unknown person behind the camera – partying inside the vehicle as it flew down the highway.
The video begins by showing the driver’s seat as empty of a human driver, and the vehicle appears to have a white claw, truley, four locos, a netty light seltzer as the car speeds on the road.
The music explodes through the speakers, while a caption in the video reads: ‘When your car is a better driver than you’.
A TikTok video shows a Tesla car driving down the California highway on autopilot and no one on the driving seat as four passengers drink and sing along with Justin Bieber.
Footage posted on the TikTok account @BlurrBlake shows three youths – who, along with an unknown camarapperson – partying inside the vehicle as it flies down the highway
The footage shows a person sitting on the passenger seat dancing and singing along with the music.
The gap between the driver and passenger seats has seltzer cans next to it.
The camera then bobbing with rounds and songs for the two men in backseat singing.
One is sports sunglasses that slant across his face, while he grabs a can while the other puts on a mask and sunglasses.
The camera then rotates from front to back as people begin to sing with the chorus of Bieber’s classic hit ‘Baby’.
The car reportedly reaches speeds of 60 mph, all but no human driver ready to take the vehicle, TMZ reported.
According to Tesla’s website, the vehicle’s autopilot system should be used ‘with a fully attentive driver who has his hands on the wheel and is ready to handle them at any time’.
The group’s antics have resulted in many fatal accidents and even more close calls when using the autopilot system on Tesla’s so-called driverless cars.
A federal investigation was launched after the 12th Tesla crash in December, believed to be tied to Carmacker’s autopilot system.
The video begins by showing the driver’s seat as empty of a human driver and a can of a dashboard mounted salter as the car accelerates on the side of the road. The footage shows a male dancing on a passenger seat and singing along to the music
The camera then rounds for the two men, backstabbing with backseat singing and music.
One is sports sunglasses that slant across his face while he grabs a can while the other puts on a mask and sunglasses that they sing along with
The technique has been linked to four fatal accidents.
In March 2019, Florida driver Jeremy Banner slammed his Tesla Model 3 into a trailer truck at the age of 50.
Investigators at the National Transportation Safety Board said the banner changed to the autopilot feature about 10 seconds before the crash, and autopilot did not perform any maneuvers to avoid a collision.
Three other fatal accidents are of 2016.
Despite issues with Tech, controversial Tesla founder Elon Musk announced in July that the company was ‘very close’ to acquiring fully autonomous driving technology.
Musk said, ‘I am confident that there will be level 5 or essentially full autonomy and I think it will happen very soon.’
‘I am confident that we will have the basic functionality for level 5 autonomy this year.’
Four fatal accidents and even more close calls followed the group’s antics while using the autopilot system on Tesla’s so-called driverless cars. Painted futuristic Tesla Model X electric car