Again. This is just talking. You don't back up your claims. You say he tossed 90% of the data. No he didn't. Check the data. Make your own conclusions. NHTSA was unwilling to release the data. Once the report I linked got published by many sources NHTSA didn't sue anyone. 1) If your turn this metric to miles driven / accident you can't compare anything because there is no data on how many fatal accidents happened on roads where Autopilot can be turned on. 2) 3 of those fatalities are with AP on confirmed. Last (4th) one is pending. And my number is an underestimation. Calculates all type of fatal accidents for the luxury cars (even killing a bicyclist), but Tesla's AP is used on specific roads only and not all the time. Your Bugatti claim has no merit. Makes very little difference. Look at what cars are in the luxury bucket. If you are still blaming the driver, read the 3rd article again. Yes he was at fault but this is human behavior. Do you think the Apple engineer was stupid and didn't know about the capabilities of the AP?