Elon Musk unveiled Tesla's Autopilot software for the Model S on Wednesday, and the automotive and tech press was all over the new feature.
The reviews? The technology is impressive, most critics said, but not ready to take over for human drivers full time just yet.
"I want the Tesla to change lanes for me. And it does, but not right away. It inches forward, then pulls back," Aarti Shahani of All Tech Considered writes. "A car behind us was accelerating. I would have tried to cut it off. But the self-driving Model S has more self-restraint."
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Road & Track previewed the technology in New York City. The driver said the system was "almost entirely unflappable."