Tesla had to pay almost the same amount that the customer had paid at the time of buying a Tesla electric SUV. The court ordered to refund of US$112.885 to the customer
The customer reported a problem with the autopilot system, The problem occurs with a random breaking system and trouble in recognising the construction yard while driving the car on autopilot mode.
The Munich court has ordered technical experts to find Tesla's autopilot mode is not identifying objects like; a narrow construction yard and random breaking incidents.
The court said it was not comfortable for drivers to keep switching the system ON and OFF while driving the car, which would be a distraction for a driver
Tesla's Full-Self-Driving car does not have an autopilot system and it is unable to drive itself and it also has the highest crash ratio on the roads.