This new clip comes all the way from Australia, where the P90D was put to the test on the most famous road in Sydney, the Harbor Bridge. There are six lanes in total, but there's no barrier between you and oncoming traffic.
Most normal "city assist" systems would freak out and slam the brakes because they would see vehicles coming the other way as a threat. But Tesla's system knows those cars are in a different lane and pose no threat.
Mercedes and Infiniti both have very advanced semi-autonomous systems that can keep you within your lane. What's more, the fact that Tesla also helps you with parallel parking is not groundbreaking either, as some German manufacturers let you move the car into a narrow garage remotely. However, it's very useful when you're back from a long trip and are too tired to park a 5-meter long vehicle filled with noisy kids.
There's a disclaimer we need to put at the end of this story. You see, the Model S' reliability is so bad that Consumer Reports says it cannot recommend the car. Combine that with the monopoly Tesla holds on fixing its own vehicles and you begin to see why the luxury EV is like an iPhone regarding price and fragility too, not just the high-tech stuff.