Tesla owners sue: “Enhanced Autopilot Features…simply too dangerous to be used”

Enlarge / A Tesla Model S is displayed inside of the new Tesla flagship facility on August 10, 2016 in San Francisco, California. (credit: Justin Sullivan / Getty Images News)

Three Tesla owners across the United States have sued the California automaker—saying that some of the main safety features that they expected to have when they purchased their cars in late 2016 are "vaporware." They accuse Tesla of fraud and deceptive trade practices, among other allegations.

In the proposed class-action lawsuit, which was filed in federal court in California on Wednesday, attorneys representing the trio of men argue that "Tesla has not released truly functional software for its Standard Safety Features or Enhanced Autopilot." (That new software package is known as AP2.)

In one example, a Colorado man, Dean Sheikh, bought a Tesla S 60D in late November, picking it up just over two weeks later.

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