Shocking moment out-of-control Tesla ploughs into parked car 'at 60mph' as driver gets into it - but no one is hurt
- The car was travelling at 60mph when it crashed according to a neighbor
- It smashed into the parked black SUV slamming it into another car beside it
- The footage was taken on a house camera in San Francisco, California
The man's wife said: 'My neighbor lost control of his Tesla and rammed into my husband’s car at 60 mph.
'Like a boss, my husband jumped out, uninjured, and was funny in his confusion. This was taken with my house camera and no one in either car was injured.'
It is not clear whether the car was driving on its autopilot feature.
The footage, which was recently shared online, occurred on October 28 last year, three months after a Tesla crashed into two pedestrians in San Francisco, killing one.
Benjamin Dean, 39, was fatally struck in the crash at around 2.08pm in the Tenderloin district on July 21.
An investigation into a March 2018 crash in Mountain View, California, determined that the driver who died, 38-year-old Walter Huang, was playing a video game at the time of the crash.
The Apple employee was driving the car semi-autonomously, the US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) said in February this year.