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Tesla vehicles debunk China’s ‘brake failure’ rumors in real-world multi-car collisions


Over the past weeks, Tesla China found itself involved in a controversy surrounding its automobiles ’ alleged brake failures. This came to a head at the Shanghai Auto Show, when a former Tesla owner protested at the EV maker’s booth by standing atop a Model 3 and loudly declaring that the company’s automobiles have faulty brakes. 

Tesla China immediately proceeded to damage control, issuing statements, forming special customer groups, also releasing info that debunked the protester’s claims. Yet despite this, the harm has been done, with some movies in China demonstrating Tesla owners getting the target of unwanted attention — and some prejudice to a particular level — over their automobiles ’ alleged faulty brakes. 

Tesla is the synonym of all brake failure in China. A parking lot protector doesn't let any Tesla car to get in because he needs to protect all other cars in the lot. “If I let your Tesla in and your car loses control to damage other cars, I need to be responsible! ” #tslaq #Tesla pic.twitter.com/68UNh24OJG

— TechWave (@smallmiddlebig) April 25, 2021

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At times like these, there’s nothing really better than showing rather than telling. And recently, this is precisely what’s happened. Recent viral movies in China have shown multi-car crashes involving a Teslas, and just as fate would have it, the all-electric vehicles are now proving themselves to have leading brakes. 

Within this viral video from China showing multiple-car crash, MIC Model Y is the only vehicle that came to complete stop while another car experienced “brake collapse ”. @elonmusk pic.twitter.com/jrgbkCrU0g

— Ray4Tesla⚡🚘☀🔋 (@ray4tesla) May 1, 2021

In one of these movies, a Made-in-China Model Y was the only car that came to a full stop through a multi-car collision. A few of these videos clearly showed a Tesla stopping well behind the vehicle in front of it, despite multiple cars hitting it from behind. Granted, this might partially be a result of the all-electric vehicles’ fat, but the movies were very telling yet.

Therefore it turns out Tesla is the only one which can actually BRAKE 😂

Chinese media are going to be so disappointed. pic.twitter.com/oLiqmawn3w

⚡特拉风🦔T☰SLA mania⚡ (@Tesla__Mania) May 1, 2021

It does, for one, reveal in very real terms that Tesla’s brakes really are nothing to scoff around and that the rumors surrounding its alleged brake failures weren’t only that–rumors. Hopefully, these real-life incidents, together with Tesla China’s continuing efforts to nurture and expand its consumer base, will help the company extend its reach to the nation. 

China stands as a critical market for Tesla. It’s the planet ’s biggest market for electric cars, and it’s also a nation with an aggressive strategy to achieve sustainability. Considering that Tesla is just getting started with its expansion to China, it might be pertinent to be certain that inaccurate rumors and reports are immediately debunked. 

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