The Tesla shakeup comes amid intense regulatory scrutiny of Autopilot and Tesla’s more advanced Full Self Driving (FSD) feature. At the start of June, the National Highway Safety Administration announced it had significantly expanded its year-long investigation into Autopilot. The NHTSA decided to launch its probe following repeated accounts of Autopilot-engaged Teslas allegedly colliding with first responder vehicles. So far, the NHTSA claims the Teslas under investigation were involved in 16 crashes that have left 15 people injured and one dead. More recently, Tesla reported far and away more driver-assisted crashes than any carmaker in the NHTSA’s first major accounting of crashes that involved driver assistance.