A view of the dashboard in a new Tesla Model S car.
Photograph by Justin Sullivan — Getty Images
By Benjamin Snyder
November 9, 2015

Someone apparently thought it would be a good idea to have a Tesla on autopilot act as a chauffeur while speeding down a Dutch highway.

In the video below, watch as the passenger appears to film the car driving down the road from the backseat. There don’t seem to be any incidents in the 30-second clip.

The video comes as drivers test the limits of self-driving cars’ safety. Recently, Fortune reported that an Uber driver in a Tesla (TSLA) narrowly avoided a collision thanks to the technology.

At the time, a Tesla spokesperson told Fortune: “Safety is a top priority at Tesla, our cars are the safest on the road. The active safety systems in Model S help avoid accidents and its electric architecture protects occupants when accidents do happen.”

“In designing the Model S and the Model X, safety was our absolute paramount goal,” Tesla CEO Elon Musk said at the Baron Investment Conference in New York earlier in November. “I felt like obviously my family will be in the car, my friends’ families, and if I didn’t do everything possible to maximize safety and something went wrong, I couldn’t live with myself.”

“The Model S still has the lowest probability of injury of any car ever tested,” he added. “It is just objectively true, it is the safest car by far.”

Fortune has reached out to Tesla for comment on the recently released video, which can be viewed below:

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