Tesla (TSLA) Survey in Germany Suggests 'Autopilot' Isn't Misleading
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Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) said in a blog post today:
In response to Germany’s Kraftfahrt-Bundesamt (KBA)'s suggestion that using the name "Autopilot" is misleading, we worked with a third-party to survey Tesla owners in Germany to better understand how they perceive Autopilot.
98% of customers surveyed said they understand that when using Autopilot, the driver is expected to maintain control of the vehicle at all times.
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