Teslas biggest hater airs Super Bowl ad against FSD

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  • As a result, Tesla has been criticized, investigated and sued for falsely marketing the capabilities of its automated driving systems.This most recent critique comes as Tesla has recently released its latest version of FSD to around 400,000 drivers in North America, renewing concerns of the system’s safety.
  • have called for more oversight on Tesla’s tech, but the issue hasn’t exactly gone mainstream.After The Dawn Project aired a commercial last summer showing a Tesla Model 3 striking four different child-sized mannequins while driving a test track in California, Tesla sent the organization a cease-and-desist letter.
  • The $15,000 system isn’t perfect, though, and drivers must remain alert to take over in case the system malfunctions or comes across something it can’t handle.
  • That fact at once lends credence to the organization’s potential subject matter expertise, and makes it clear that Green Hill is in competition with Tesla’s FSD.
  • There have been several reports of accidents occurring while Autopilot, Tesla’s lower level ADAS, was engaged.
Safety advocacy group The Dawn Project is taking its campaign to ban Teslas Full SelfDriving (FSD) system to the Super Bowl.The 30second ad, which is broadcasting to millions of football fans in [+4694 chars]