The 20-year-old was arrested in Canada, he was sleeping in a Tesla car with a speed of 150km / h

 


When police turned on the emergency lights, other cars made way for the Tesla Model S.

A boy in Canada has been arrested while driving his Tesla car at a speed of 150 km / h and at the same time was taking a nap.

Police said the two front seats were reclining and the driver along with the passenger were asleep.

When police turned on the emergency lights, other cars made way for the Tesla Model S.

The 20-year-old from British Columbia will appear in court in December. He was initially arrested for high speed and his license revoked for 24 hours but was eventually charged with dangerous driving.

Tesla cars currently operate on Level 2 autopilot that requires the driver to remain ready with his hands behind the wheel to react.

Tesla founder Elon Musk had expressed that his cars would be fully autonomous towards the end of the year requiring very little driver intervention.