Thanks to Google, Tesla (and even Apple), we've been reading a lot about autonomous (self-driving) cars. We're not there yet. But Tesla, right now, does have what's called Autopilot mode. You still have to be behind the wheel and in a fully functional driver's seat. It's part of Tesla's version 7.0 software and "ludicrous mode." Think of it as the ultimate in cruise control. Watch, in delight, as a Jalopnik driver takes a Tesla Model S out for a test run, navigating through heavy traffic, hands free. It's both "awesome and creepy." This may be the coolest tech thing you've seen this year. And the scariest.
Check It Out: The Thrill of Driving with Tesla's Autopilot System