The tech and automotive worlds were abuzz in 2015 when revolutionary electric automaker Tesla publicly released its "Autopilot" feature. A first-of-its-kind technology, it allowed cars to drive and park semi-autonomously. In the three and a half years since its launch, software and hardware updates have added more features like lane changes, freeway navigation, parallel parking and others.
But Tesla's Autopilot feature may not be all it's cracked up to be. Consumer reports recently tested the newly updated "Navigate on Autopilot" driving system. It found "it doesn't work very well and could create safety risks for drivers."