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Tesla is facing a new lawsuit from the family of the ill-fated Model X that crashed into a highway barrier near Mountain View, CA last month.

According to the family’s lawyer, the fatal accident would not have happened if Autopilot had never been turned on.

The latest developments in the story were reported on ABC7 News. In a recent interview with the news agency, Sevonne Huang, the wife of the Model X’s driver, reiterated the notion that her husband had complained about Autopilot’s behavior prior to the accident.

According to Sevonne, her husband had observed that the electric SUV would head towards the barrier when Autopilot was engaged. She also noted that her husband wanted to show her how the car’s driver-assist feature behaved in that specific area. She stated, however, that “a lot of time (sic), it doesn’t happen.” Nevertheless, when she heard news of the crash and saw the blue Model X, she knew that it was her husband’s vehicle.



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