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Tesla ditches radar sensors Elon Musk upheld after a fatal crash

Musk referred to radar sensors as "crutches" Tesla wanted to eliminate during the company's latest earnings call.

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Tesla | Elon Musk

Dana Hull | Bloomberg 



Tesla China-made Model 3 vehicles are seen during a delivery event at its factory in Shanghai. Photo: Reuters
Tesla’s new approach is likely to add to controversy that has surrounded Auto­pilot for years.

is beginning to follow through with Elon Musk’s pivot away from using radar for its driver-assistance system Autopilot, five years after espousing greater use of such sensors following a fatal crash.

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First Published: Wed, May 26 2021. 23:50 IST

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