Tesla's new lawsuit is accused of lying about autopilot for unfair enrichment

Tesla's new lawsuit is accused of lying about autopilot for unfair enrichment

Consider the existing technologies of active assistance to Tesla's driver, far from the full autopilot, sometimes being tried by both individual activists and entire agencies. Another attempt was made by a resident of California Briggs Macko, who accused the company of using autopilot burns to unfairly enrich and dominate the market.

According to Reuters, a group action filed in California on behalf of Macko will allow other Tesla electric vehicle owners to join it, who would like to receive compensation from the company for the non-conformity of real progress with autopilot technologies with their expectations. For the countdown point, 2016 is the year 2016, and those Tesla clients who have activated Autopot, Enhanced Autopilot and Full Self-Driving functions can claim compensation for undetermined size. The plaintiff himself, in his crossover, Tesla Model X, activated the last of the options by paying the company $50,000. This would now require $15,000.

The complainant is outraged by the fact that the active driver's technologies currently used by Tesla are not even close to autopilot, and that clients end up becoming "unprepared testers." They have to face a great deal of problems, including attempts by electric vehicles to cross the traffic lane, crossing a traffic stop sign, and not being able to make a simple turn.

According to the plaintiff, Tesla has disseminated implausible information about the capacity of the vehicle systems of her electric vehicles in order to create passion, attract investment and increase sales, avoid bankruptcy and raise her shares, and take a dominant position in the electric vehicle market. California regulators are also investigating the performance of the Tesla driver ' s active services. The NHTSA Federal Department for Road Safety in the United States has been investigating 38 accidents that could have been attributed to Tesla ' s driver ' s active assistance system since 2016. Almost two dozen cases have resulted in casualties.