Tesla Autopilot flees German police after driver fell asleep

  • The event happened on an Autobahn outside of Bamberg, Germany, when the police tried to stop the Tesla Model 3 to check the traffic.
  • Police pursued the Tesla while it was moving at 110 kph after neither the driver nor the Tesla responded. After around fifteen minutes, the driver finally awoke and shifted the Tesla to the side of the highway.


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