Tesla Inc. argued at the start of its first jury trial over a lethal crash involving Autopilot that it was “classic human error” that killed a California driver four years ago, not the company’s driver-assistance technology.
Elon Musk’s electric vehicle-maker is trying to fend off claims it’s liable for a 2019 wreck when a Model 3 in Autopilot mode suddenly swerved off a freeway and burst into flames, killing a 37-year-old man in the driver’s seat and injuring two passengers, after it slammed into a tree.
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