A video showing the Tesla model driving on the road on the road with anyone in the driver's seat circulated in social media on Tuesday night .
The magnificent electric car came to work on Autopilot, Tesla's semi-autonomous-driving technology that allows its vehicles equipped with a feature to steer, accelerate, brake, and change lanes with driver's observation.
Once on the camcorder, the camera moves to the windshield to show that the car is moving at a speed along the road with two lanes. A numeric keypad can be seen when "115" is displayed, but it was not clear at once whether this number represents miles per hour or kilometers per hour.
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A holder of a beverage containing a bottle of beverage attached to the car's steering wheel.
The camera then turns away from the empty S model driver's seat to reveal a person lying in the back seat.
Videos showing Tesla drivers who were sleeping or otherwise busy are quite common even when the automaker is asking his clients to remain in control of their cars during autopilot operation.
The system requires drivers to keep their hands on the steering wheel. It activates a series of warnings if it does not reveal a driver's feedback. If the driver does not react, the system deactivates, brakes the vehicle to a stop and switches on indicators of danger.
Tesla did not respond immediately to the request of the business insider for a comment on the video on Tuesday evening.