A Tesla Model S on display on the first press day of the Frankfurt Auto Show IAA in Frankfurt, Germany, in June 2015. Federal officials say the driver of a Tesla S sports car using the vehicle’s “autopilot” automated driving system was killed in a collision with a truck, the first U.S. self-driving car fatality.
A Tesla Model S on display on the first press day of the Frankfurt Auto Show IAA in Frankfurt, Germany, in June 2015. Federal officials say the driver of a Tesla S sports car using the vehicle’s “autopilot” automated driving system was killed in a collision with a truck, the first U.S. self-driving car fatality. Michael Probst AP
A Tesla Model S on display on the first press day of the Frankfurt Auto Show IAA in Frankfurt, Germany, in June 2015. Federal officials say the driver of a Tesla S sports car using the vehicle’s “autopilot” automated driving system was killed in a collision with a truck, the first U.S. self-driving car fatality. Michael Probst AP

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