Tesla data leak reportedly details Autopilot complaints – Los Angeles Times

In an article titled “ ‘My autopilot almost killed me,’ ” Handelsblatt said it received 100 gigabytes of data and 23,000 files including 3,000 entries about customers safety concerns and descriptions of more than 1,000 crashes. The complaints cover Teslas manufactured from 2015 to March 2022, the article said. The files contain more than 2,400 complaints about sudden acceleration and more than 1,500 complaints about braking problems, including unintentional emergency braking and so-called “phantom stops,” where the car suddenly brakes for no apparent reason, according to the article.

Source: Tesla data leak reportedly details Autopilot complaints – Los Angeles Times