Late last week Tesla released its fastest car yet. The all-electric Model S P85D is capable of incredible fast acceleration from 0-60mph in 3.2 and a top speed of 155 mph. While these are impressive speeds for an electric vehicle, it is not these specs which has the tech world talking.
Rather, it is the in built autopilot feature of the car which is pushing the boundaries of both technology and driving regulations. Through a series of sensors, such as GPS, fog penetrating radar, smart cameras and other advanced computing systems, Tesla has built a car that can drive itself in most conditions.
Tesla was kind enough to give some reporters a spin in their new high-tech vehicle last week. Check out both the new Model S P85D’s speed, as well as its unnerving autopilot feature in the video below!
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