Tesla Receives Order From Munich Court to Compensate Customer for Autopilot Problems

A Munich court has ordered Tesla Inc to reimburse a customer most of the 112,000 euros she paid for a Model X SUV because of problems with the Autopilot function.

U.S. safety regulators are investigating Tesla’s Autopilot function after reports of 16 crashes, including seven injury incidents and one death, involving Tesla vehicles in Autopilot that had struck stationary first-responder and road maintenance vehicles.

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