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Driving Tesla Model S 85 on roads with bad surface with pits, bumps, almost invisible road markings

Discussion in 'Model S: Driving Dynamics' started by someone173, Jul 9, 2018.

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From your experience does the autopilot manages to deal with a bad surface on roads (pits, bumps)?

  1. yes, it detected a few pits or obstacles of such type

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  2. no, it doesn't

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  3. pits? bumps? never saw them

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  1. someone173

    someone173 New Member

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    Hey guys, we've tested today the autopilot's capabilities. And it works really good.
    However, I don't know anything about "off-road" capabilities of autopilot of the Model S.

    Here's the video ("it's on Russian, but in short all replies are summarized with one sentence
    "wow I'm excited that it works even with bad road surfaces" or you can use an auto-translate):


    Can somebody suggest a video or an article on how Tesla's autopilot works with a bad surface on roads, especially with pits, bumps, etc.?

    Thanks!
     

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