Tesla's autopilot will understand the traffic lights

Tesla's autopilot will understand the traffic lights
Tesla's autopilot will understand the traffic lights


Tesla autopilot feature will soon be able to detect road traffic lights.  A video shared on Twitter recently revealed such information.

 The video, shared on Twitter, showed that Tesla's autopilot feature slowed down to a halt after seeing a few green lights pass through the red light.  - News technology site Engadget.

 It is speculated that the next autopilot update may feature the Tesla car.  Currently Tesla can identify other cars on the road and last autumn the feature of 'Traffic No' has been introduced in Tesla Autopilot.  If in that mode, the electric powered car will automatically change the lane of the road to avoid 'traffic'.

 However, relying solely on features may not be right.  Users and groups like Consumer Reports have already raised questions about the features.  And the US 'National Transportation Safety Board' is directly blaming the autopilot design for an accident.

 Yet Tesla did not stop its advancement in bringing fully automated cars.  Earlier, Elon Musk said Tesla's automated cars would be built by 20, and by 2020, nearly a million robo-taxis would be seen on the road.