Blog

WEBFI-TECH-Tesla Model Y Narrowly Escapes From Getting T-Boned



Twitter user Ray4Tesla, who always providers interesting and reliable information and news on Tesla, has shared an interesting Tesla Model Y video footage, which narrowly escapes from getting T-boned.

The footage has a happy ending. “Model Y narrowly escaped from getting T-boned. 0-60 matters,” Tweets Ray, showing this video which you are seeing on your screen.

In situations like this 0 to 60 acceleration matters indeed. What I would like to know is this: was the maneuver made by the driver o by the Tesla? In fact, this question was asked as a comment, to which Ray says he doesn’t know.

Alternatively, the Model Y could have stopped instantly when it saw the other car turn. But it’s hard to say which decision would have been better and we don’t know who made the decision, Tesla’s Autopilot/FSD or the driver.

Only after owning an EV and having experienced similar situations does one really start to value the safety aspect of the unparalleled acceleration. And the stability of the Model Y it’s incredible

It’s super weird the white SUV keeps going. Also why speed up when you can do the same maneuver slowing down. Any thoughts? What do you think is the best maneuver here to get the best outcome if you are a human driver?

I tend to agree with one commentator, who wrote, “I am going with Autopilot version. The Tesla Model Y here would not have had time to stop. The angle we are seeing it from is wider from the right – a truck in the opposite lane is blocking the Y’s view until the very last second. Also the Y flashes the indicator as it dives right, no way does a human think of that.”

#Tesla
#ModelY

Tesla Model Y reliability. Tesla Model Y acceleration. Model Y escapes risky situation. Tesla escapes getting t-boned by SUV.

This is Armen Hareyan from Torque News. Please follow us at https://twitter.com/torquenewsauto on Twitter and https://www.torquenews.com/ for daily automotive news.

Reference
Ray4Tesla https://twitter.com/ray4tesla/status/1480244538320900099

source

22 Comments

  • André Andre on January 10, 2022

    👍👍

  • Torque News on January 10, 2022

    Another EV advantage for Kia: A lot more federal EV Tax Credits are left. https://www.torquenews.com/16317/another-ev-advantage-kia-lot-more-federal-ev-tax-credits-left

  • T1Oracle on January 10, 2022

    Should have just hit the brakes and avoided the entire thing. 🙄

  • The Electric Man on January 10, 2022

    thats amazing

  • Umzz on January 10, 2022

    This is NOT at all On Autopilot. I have the model Y and can also tell you that the light was not the indicator. It was just the brake lights. Indicators lights are in the middle of the tail light.

    The driver was quick to react. Braked and accelerated around the other car with no indication.

    I drive on autopilot and it CANNOT drive like that.. YET.. soon tho 🤞🏼

  • Albino K on January 10, 2022

    You can see a sign in Chinese on the right so if China does not have FSD, this maneuver was performed by the driver – good job!

  • Steven Blackthorne on January 10, 2022

    It looked to me like the Model Y braked briefly before the driver decided to accelerate and veer to the right. The oncoming car was making a U-turn, not turning left. Had he been turning left, the Model Y would have T-boned him, as there was not time to stop.

  • blackmoresarchangel on January 10, 2022

    Why is there a video using a camera or was it just a stunt.This is suspicious

  • John Huang on January 10, 2022

    Crashed : caused by auto pilot/fsd
    Avoided crash : auto pilot/fsd not activated.

  • Duke of Lakeshore on January 10, 2022

    I guess it was "autopilot" because it blinked to right. A human driver wouldn't do that!

  • fenderstratguy on January 10, 2022

    That's why I will never own a black car. The guy flat didn't see him

  • fenderstratguy on January 10, 2022

    He just passed the Moose test

  • Torque News on January 10, 2022

    BREAKING: Tesla just signed an important deal for its 4680 battery production. https://youtu.be/1zGNz-E1Ru4 It will buy 75,000 tones of nickel over six years from Talon. Tesla also agrees to buy cobalt and iron ore from Talon.

  • D Strachan on January 10, 2022

    I've had an almost similar experience. I was driving through an intersection while a driver of a Honda civic traveling in the opposite direction turn left across my path.
    Normally in such situations I would have slammed my brake. In this situation without even thinking I instinctively stepped on the accelerator while simultaneously steered around the car successfully. Immidiately after the incident, I was surprised that I did that maneuver. And I'm sure the other driver was just as surprised as I was that he didn't slammed into my car.
    Since I never thought if such a maneuver before, I'm was sure otherwise I'd be in a serious accident. I think that being very alert was the reason why I avoided the accident. Other than the INSTANT reaction from an electric car with one single gear.
    Since then I have regularly utilized the instant reaction of my car in many other instances to my advantage. The ability to go from 20 to 30 mph or 30 to 60 in an instant and return to the original speed shortly after is a great feature. It increased the safety factor of the car immensely. A time wasting accident and continuing to go on with your preplanned day.

  • D Strachan on January 10, 2022

    The ability to successfully complete that avoidance maneuver is greatly by how well Tesla vehicles complete the Moose test.

  • DLWELD on January 10, 2022

    Looks like the TESLA could do great on the "moose test" – full control after a quick swerve. Some cars would just fall over on a maneuver like that. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moose_test – some pretty funny vids available as some models fail spectacularly.

  • Lee Do on January 10, 2022

    Asian drivers

  • Torque News on January 11, 2022

    BREAKING: Tesla to start receiving CATL Batteries from new factory in Shanghai. https://www.torquenews.com/15475/tesla-start-receiving-catl-batteries-new-factory-shanghai

  • melo on January 11, 2022

    sticks to the road like glue

  • Zakk X on January 14, 2022

    this is NOT by a human driver. Routine of the car is smooth and accurate. Especially, the right turn light blinked immediately, this is impossible for any human in that situation

  • g1hau on January 14, 2022

    Congratulations, you stretched 5 seconds out to 10mins. Enjoy your monetize.

  • Oneil Walters on January 15, 2022

    From my view of the video this is a human control of the model y

WhatsApp us
Live Chat

Office hours operation Mon-Sun 8:00 am ET – 4:00 pm ET

To start your Premium WP or Cpanel service, use our domain search engine, if the domain you want is available, contact us by Whats app to activate your project.

The easiest, fastest, and most secure way to communicate with us.
loading
Please enter your domain.
Please verify that you are not a robot.

Terms Privacy

 

 

error: WEBFINET SECURITY IS ON