On November 13, Chaozhou Tesla went out of control and crashed into a person, arousing heated discussion among netizens. The controversy of the accident is whether the owner stepped on the brake or whether the brake failed.
The owner said he did not step on the accelerator, the brake is also stepped on and put, put and step on, but the vehicle never stopped; Tesla said preliminary background data showed the brake pedal was not pressed at all times.
Later, Chaozhou traffic police intervened in the investigation, and also favored the identification agency from Shanghai, on the 16th to do on-site identification. However, as for the firm decision, the family of the Tesla owner said, "We asked Tesla to provide the background data of the vehicle on the spot, but Tesla did not say anything. We do not agree with the appraisal."
Now, the female owner of the auto show once again updated her micro blog to say that the Shanghai Academy of Judicial Sciences was commissioned by the police, but she thinks it does not have the firm judicial qualification of the new energy intelligent vehicle software.
The woman also said that the State Administration of Laws, regulations and Supervision clearly requires Tesla to provide complete driving data, but Tesla refuses to provide it to the owners.
What is the real purpose of not providing driving data?