Hi everyone, this is a terrible day and we aren't quite sure what to do so I wanted to ask TMC's opinion. We live in Turkey and we've decided to import a Model S to the country. There's this automotive dealership that imports Tesla's for people and when we've heard they were importing a P85D for themselves about 3 months ago, we decided to buy it from them. After lots of nights passed by sleep deprived because of excitement, finally the dealer took delivery of the P85D in NL, shipped it to Turkey, it cleared customs and we took delivery finally 3 days ago. It was one of the happiest days of my life. I managed to find an insurance company to insure the vehicle thankfully and all was clear. Today was going to be my first road trip. For those who wonder it was going to be from Mudanya/Bursa to Sarkoy/Tekirdag. I hit the road with 91% charge on the P85D's battery with me, my 2 year old son and my pregnant wife. Eager to try adaptive cruise control for the first time, I enabled it. It was working perfectly fine and we drove a 100km of the way with ACC only. Then when we were around Bandirma, the car decided not to recognise the car in front of me slowing down and stopping because of a red light but instead decided to accelerate. Cruise speed was set to 100km/h and around 50m left to collision I recognised the mistake, slammed the brakes, unfortunately to no avail. Airbags deployed, front of the car in ruins and my 3 day old P85D dream ended badly. This is a terrible thing and obviously not my mistake. The dealer who sold me the vehicle told me that Tesla called him immediately after the incident. Although 3G network of Tesla doesn't work in Turkey the car was connected to the internet by my phone's 3G hotspot. What should I to next? Thank god my wife and kids are alright but should I plan on suing Tesla? because this was Autopilot's mistake. The car came with 6.1 installed, I updated to 6.2 yesterday. I feel so lost I don't even know which court to sue since Tesla doesn't operate in Turkey just yet although the warranty is valid worldwide. There obviously aren't any service centres to take it. Here are the photos; - beware, of cringing - Here's ACC working minutes before Edit: Posting in the name of this vehicle's owner, not my car as this user. I have a Turkish Tesla website and I've made friends with him through there even before he bought it.