CN Tesla Kills Two in “Veered” Zhejiang Crash With No Data

The mysterious case of a brand new Tesla that crashed on a Zhejiang mountain road in China highlights a lack of both car and data integrity.

Firstly, they were shocked to learn about the vehicle’s speed at the time of the accident. According to Mr. Tang, the traffic police revealed that the vehicle had reached a maximum speed of 120 km/h. This revelation was startling to the family, as they couldn’t fathom how a vehicle could reach such a speed on a winding mountain road.

Secondly, the absence of any brake marks at the accident scene raised eyebrows. When Mr. Tang and his family visited the site, they were met with this puzzling scenario.

Mr. Tang expressed his confusion, “One would assume that the driving recorder should have captured some useful information during the vehicle’s operation. Even if the impact rendered it useless, there should at least be a record of the moment of impact. But the police are saying that there’s no record at all, which is quite baffling and inevitably prompts some distressing thoughts.”

In response to the incident, a Tesla representative stated today that they are aware of the accident and are currently relying on the police for information.

Tesla officially says they are relying on police for information?

There’s a bizarre irony to this tragic tale given Tesla just asked the Chinese government for a financial bailout based on sharing data with them, the opposite of what is being reported here.

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