The US carmaker is selling its “safer” safety equipment in the UK, amid concerns about its car safety.

Tesla said it had sold its Tesla Autopilot system in the United Kingdom, and said it was selling the system as a “vehicle safety solution”.

“Tesla has sold a number of safety products and has invested in other safety-related technologies, including the Autopano software, that have been proven in the US and around the world.” “

UK carmakers have struggled to cope with the rising use of autonomous vehicles in the wake of the Volkswagen emissions scandal, with the number of such vehicles increasing from 1,300 in 2014 to 7,600 in 2017. “

Tesla has sold a number of safety products and has invested in other safety-related technologies, including the Autopano software, that have been proven in the US and around the world.”

UK carmakers have struggled to cope with the rising use of autonomous vehicles in the wake of the Volkswagen emissions scandal, with the number of such vehicles increasing from 1,300 in 2014 to 7,600 in 2017.

But the technology remains a big problem for carmakers, who struggle to make enough of a profit.

In June, the company said it would introduce an electric version of its autonomous driving system, with a range of more than 120 miles.

Tesla also plans to make a similar version of the system available in 2020, although it has yet to announce plans to sell the system.