Tesla's Model Y causes fatal accident in China

Tesla Model YOn 5 November 2022, a Tesla Model Y was involved in a dramatic accident in Chaozhou in China's Guangdong province, killing two people and seriously injuring three others.

CCTV cameras showed that the electric car was being parked before suddenly accelerating and crashing into other vehicles and a store.

According to the sources, the 55-year-old driver lost control of his vehicle because the brakes did not work.

For its part, Tesla has denied any failure in the Model Y system. The American manufacturer argued that the brake lights seemed to be off when the car was running at full speed proving that the brakes were not applied to slow down the vehicle. The motorist would probably have confused the brake and accelerator pedals.

Elon Musk's electric vehicle maker will assist the local police to determine whether the cause of the accident is human or material.

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