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Tesla Hit With Reports of Unintended Acceleration

by Ryan Whitwam

Tesla has made waves in the car industry, recently becoming the most valuable US auto manufacturer. It reached this lofty position on the strength of its all-electric designs and a robust autonomous system called Autopilot. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is now investigating reports that Tesla’s vehicles are suffering from unintended

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