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Tesla Owner Must Pay Damages After Calling Model X “Suicide Toy”

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Tesla has been under a lot of scrutiny for some time in China. But most of it seems to stem from hoaxes trying to overthrow the company or step in on its rivals. Tesla’s Chinese legal team continues to battle misinformation campaigns like this one, adding yet another victory to its growing list.

US EV makers enter China It seemed to have open arms thanks to some notable perks. However, some citizens and the press appear to be working hard to tarnish the image of the automaker. It all started with a protest related to unproven claims at the Shanghai Motor Show. Tesla brake failure.

Fake “brake failure” cases increased, and Tesla built a media relations department in China and moved to fight back to prove the story wasn’t true. There have been multiple victories related to stopping the spread of false accusations based on

According to the latest story, Tesla model X Owner defamed after owner called electric crossover a ‘murder’ or ‘suicide toy’. I experienced. Specifically, the owner was driving an EV and the speed suddenly dropped from 100km/h to 60km/h, he said.

Wen also claimed that no one at Tesla reached out to him despite the SUV’s problems. Interestingly, this statement was proven false, as Tesla provided evidence showing that its staff contacted the owner on the day of the reported incident.

Tesla staff reportedly wanted Wen’s Model X to be inspected, but the owner wouldn’t allow it. Other court documents showed Wen made inconsistent statements in interviews and appeared to use misinformation to target Tesla.

A judge ruled that the owner must issue a public apology, which is pretty standard in these cases. I had to apologize to Tesla. A public apology helps spread the word that the accusations were false and that the individual or organization was working to smear Tesla.

In this case, the Tesla Model X owner was instructed to publish an apology in the local newspaper.Court also ruled that owners must pay Tesla yuan 10,000 ($1,412) as a defamation penalty.

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