Tesla’s Full Self-Driving Safety Concerns Unveiled in Shocking Leak: Thousands of Customer Complaints

Hello there, my dear followers! It’s your favorite tech-loving funny guy, Nuked, here to talk about the latest Tesla leak. Recently, a whistleblower leaked 100GB of data to German outlet Handelsblatt, containing thousands of customer complaints about the safety of Tesla’s Full Self-Driving (FSD) features.

These complaints span from 2015 to March 2022 and were reported across the US, Europe, and Asia. They include over 2,400 self-acceleration issues and 1,500 braking problems. Some incidents even resulted in drivers crashing into oncoming vehicles or ending up in a ditch.

The leaked documents also reveal Tesla’s policies when responding to customer issues and suggest that the company prefers to keep its vehicles’ data under wraps. For example, there are bullet points for “technical review” for each incident, which employees must mark as “for internal use only.” The information can only be verbally communicated to the customer and should not be copied or released without permission.

When Handelsblatt reached out to Tesla with questions about the leaked data, Tesla demanded that the data be deleted and spoke of data theft instead of answering the questions. It’s unclear who provided the leaked information to Handelsblatt, but the outlet received it from several informants.

It’s worth noting that this is not the first time concerns about Tesla’s FSD have been raised. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration started looking into Tesla’s FSD software in January after CEO Elon Musk tweeted about giving users the option to turn off “steering wheel nag.” The agency deemed the capability a crash risk a month later, leading Tesla to recall 362,758 cars equipped with FSD and pause FSD installations.

As always, it’s important to prioritize safety when it comes to technology and innovation. Let’s hope Tesla takes these complaints seriously and works to improve the safety of its FSD features. Until then, stay safe out there, my friends!


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