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Tesla revises ‘self-driving’ Autopilot language on Chinese website

Tesla revises 'self-driving' Autopilot language on Chinese website

DETROIT – Tesla Motors said it did not mean to remove the word “Autopilot” from its website after a driver blamed a crash in Beijing on the California electric carmaker billing the technology as self-driving.The company is however updating the language on the website.Reuters reports Tesla had removed the word “Autopilot” as well as a Chinese term for “self-driving,” replacing it instead with a phrase that translates to “self-assisted driving.”

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Tesla clarifies Autopilot on Chinese website following crash

Tesla clarifies Autopilot on Chinese website following crash

Last week we reported that a Tesla operating in Autopilot mode hit a stopped car on a Beijing highway.The owner had several complaints about Tesla advertising the car as “self-driving” in China.Now, Reuters reports Tesla has removed all terminology from the Chinese website referencing Autopilot or self-driving.

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Tesla edits Chinese website, scrubs talk of Autopilot in wake of Beijing crash [UPDATE]

Tesla edits Chinese website, scrubs talk of Autopilot in wake of Beijing crash [UPDATE]

Update: see belowOver the weekend, Tesla Motors tidied up its Chinese-language website.Although the company says that the edits have been in the works for a while, the timing is a bit suspicious.That’s because the changes appear to come in response to a recent fender-bender in Beijing that involved a Tesla Model S in Autopilot mode.

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