Or at least my wife says it will. Last night on our way home from dinner, I had an autopilot auto lane change fail that I have posted my Blackvue 750s video. More on that below... At the end of the video you can her my wife say "Oh my God. This is like..." the rest of the conversation not in the video is her describing her dream where my Tesla kills me. Basically, she dreams that I'm showing off my car to friends and family. I use the "Summon" feature to pull the car up to our group of observers and as the car rolls to us, I back up and trip and fall to the floor. Somehow, I manage to hit the "accelerate" button on the keyfob (which doesn't exist) and the car crushes me with horrified family and onlookers watching. I logically explain to her how this can never happen and, of course, she doesn't hear a single word that I say. This is why I will not activate the autopilot on the Model 3 that I'm getting her. My wife loves our Tesla but she is not a Tesla fanatic or Muskovite like I am. I think she is more representative of the vast majority of the public that distrusts autonomous driving and has fears of everything she can't directly control. We M3OC members and Tesla fanatics are in the minority and those that think like my wife are also our politicians and our leaders and lawmakers. Tesla and other auto manufacturers have to show them though safety and statistics that autonomous driving is good but they also have to be careful not to release buggy version updates or new features that regular laypeople can't safely beta test without bad things happening. Bad news will set back progress disproportionately (and possibly kill me) So on to the video from last night. I think that driving in New York is among the most challenging environment in the United States. I've seen other crazy driving in foreign countries but U.S. drivers are generally predictable and follow the laws. Not so much in New York. Plus, drivers that like to cut you off, the potholes and poor lane markings and the constant construction all make autonomous driving REALLY challenging. My Model X is on autopilot in the right lane. I saw a car that was about to enter from the on-ramp so I signaled to start an auto lane change. More than halfway through the lane change, the autopilot reversed back into the previous right lane for an unknown reason.. Had I not been alert, the merging car and I could have collided. You can hear the autopilot chime where I took over control from the car. Although not evident on the video, the passengers clearly felt the erratic jerking as is evidenced by my wife yelling at my "awful" driving.