Tesla driver says she slammed into fire truck on Autopilot

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Tesla has increased its rate of Model 3 production in recent

The company confirmed the contents of the email, which was first reported on by the Wall Street Journal.

Reuters recalls that Elon Musk mentioned reorganization during Tesla's Q1 earnings conference call, but at that time, Musk did not go into details.

Doug Field, senior vice-president of engineering, is taking time away from the company to recharge, according to a company spokesman.

Matthew Schwall, Tesla's primary contact with United States regulators, just joined the safety team at Waymo, the self-driving-car company started by Google.

Over the past two months, federal officials have opened investigations into at least two other crashes involving Tesla vehicles.

Investors are clearly getting exhausted of boisterous statements from Tesla and Musk as they are not yet seeing much substance in these. While Tesla management believes the Model 3's margin falling below the company's 25 per cent target will prove to be temporary, Jonas said the headwinds are more structural. "Eyetracking rejected for being ineffective, not for cost", Musk tweeted.

March saw three updates: Touch screen icons were rearranged to make them easier to use based on customer feedback, the company said. WSJ fails to mention that Tesla is safest vehicle on road, which would make article ridiculous.

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The executive cites NHTSA numbers pointing to an automotive fatality every 85 million miles driven in 2017.

Apple has long sought to get into the self driving vehicle industry and those dreams could finally come to fruition if Apple buys Tesla.

Now, Tesla is looking at another PR nightmare as the driver of a auto that smashed into a parked fire truck says her Model S was also in Autopilot mode.

In any case, the National Transportation Safety Board and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration have taken an interest in the recent accidents to determine if the technology is being rolled out safely.

On Monday firefighters in Switzerland said a fatal accident involving a Tesla may have set off a fire in the car's battery.

The 28-year-old driver has admitted to police that she was looking at her phone when she crashed, the Daily Mail reports.

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