Tesla says it dropped one braking test as it was redundant
To remove redundancy, is to remove and reduce safety. Figuratively it is removing a layer of Swiss cheese.
Something as important as brakes should have redundant checks.
Should piston driven aircraft no longer be required redundant ignition systems. Should run up requirements on each individual ignition system be ditched because they are redundant?
Would you feel comfortable flying over a large ocean on an airliner that only has one engine?
Should automotive manufacturers go back to single master cylinder braking systems?
Should Tesla drop all production of the dual drive systems?
Why have seatbelts, airbags, collapsible steering columns, crumple zones, etc.; after all they are redundancies.
As I and others have pointed out before Tesla, Elon Musk and his mindless lemmings have a disregard for the Swiss cheese model.
The more redundancy, generally the more safety is improved.
Swiss cheese model (regarding safety, risk analysis, etc.)
It's clear that Tesla, Elon Musk and his evil greedy minions, have an ignorance and disregard for safety.