Elon Musk poses trouble for Tesla Model S crash, refuses to turn over autopilot driver, police unwilling to accept


We shared the news with you yesterday about the Tesla car crash. In which it was reported that Tesla's popular Model S crashed at the autopilot turn in the city of Texas. In which two people were also reported to have died. Currently speaking on the incident, a senior official told Reuters that the company's CEO, Elon Musk, said the company's investigation revealed that the autopilot driver was not in the turn at the time of the car accident.

The evidence, including statements from Texas police and witnesses, clearly indicated that there was no one in the driver's seat when the Model S crashed. Police say Musk has cleared the car's data before tweeting, after which the autopilot turn is said not to be used.

For information, this accident is the 28th Tesla accident to be investigated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. It is also being investigated by the National Transportation Safety Board. Last day, we had reported that according to the media reports in Texas, this car was at high speed, and due to the speed, the car hit the tree and caught fire.

The initial police investigation concluded that two people were riding in the car behind. Who died at the time of the accident. It is being said in some reports that when the police reached there, one was sitting on the passenger seat in front and the other in the back seat. Talking about the launch of Tesla in India, the company may launch the Model 3 sedan in India this year. The price of which is likely to be above 55 lakh rupees.