Why make it difficult when you can make it easy. Tesla has apparently never heard of that wisdom. Instead of windscreen wipers, the brand wants to equip future cars with something else. According to Electrek.co, Tesla has registered a patent for laser beams, which clean the windscreen from a position on the hood.
Well, we have to admit that companies regularly commit technology that will never go into production. So whether Tesla's lasers will really end up on a future model remains to be seen. The text of the patent is very complicated. The laser has to pulse at a certain frequency to avoid reaching the driver's eyes through the window, a detection circuit in the window has to indicate where the dirt is, and so on. Then a simple windshield wiper is more convenient.
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