Tesla’s are saving lives, even after the use of Autopilot. Case in point, this YouTube clip shows the Automatic Emergency Braking system (AEB) in action. You might also know this as rear blow avoidance, and it’s advised to anticipate a rear-end collision.

Autopilot wasn’t engaged. Still, the car used an array of sensors and radar to actuate an blow was approaching before aural the alarm and applying the brakes. With early detection, appliance of the brakes, and a slight swerve to the right by the human driver, the Model X was able to escape harm while befitting its cartage safe.

Regardless of your thoughts on absolutely free driving, there’s no abstinent safety appearance like these help to save lives — even while you’re aerodynamics the car.

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