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11 cars in a row are stepping on the accelerator: why does Tesla have nothing to do with the car when the brakes fail?

via:快科技     time:2023/11/28 22:01:14     readed:123

Fast Science and Technology, Nov. 28 (Xinhua)-- Tesla responded to a traffic accident in which a Tesla hit 11 cars in Chengdu, according to domestic media reports.

Tesla said in response that by checking the background data, it was found that when the collision occurred in the video, the acceleration pedal of the vehicle involved in the accident was pressed 100% deeply, and the speed increased from 54km/h to 132km/h at the time of the collision. & nbsp

Tesla also reiterated that by checking the background data, the driver stepped on the brake pedal 2 seconds after the collision in the video.

Combined with the background data and the damaged state of the vehicle, the front wheel of the vehicle has fallen off after the first collision, the pipeline of the braking system is damaged, and the vehicle can not brake normally.

Such a response has also triggered a heated discussion among netizens, with many people asking why there is nothing wrong with the vehicle every time such a thing happens to Tesla.

Such a response has also triggered a heated discussion among netizens, with many people asking why there is nothing wrong with the vehicle every time such a thing happens to Tesla.

In addition, some netizens said that, in essence, the driver did not adapt to Tesla pull energy recovery, release the throttle can slow down, the brain will subconsciously think that hard tread can hold up, the result is counterproductive.

The car owners of the accident were taught a lesson: we are intelligent new power electric cars, unlike you who drive old gas cars, what do you think of this?

连撞11车是加速踏板深踩 网友拷问:为何特斯拉刹车失灵都跟车没关

连撞11车是加速踏板深踩 网友拷问:为何特斯拉刹车失灵都跟车没关

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