A disgruntled customer was required to publicly apologize to Tesla. She protested during the 2021 Shanghai Motor Show by riding a Model 3.
Tesla saw the courts rule in its favour, in a case between it and a Chinese customer. In April 2021, she made a notable appearance at the Shanghai Motor Show.
Wearing a t-shirt that read “brake failure,” she shouted in the lobby of the show. She had complained about the serious accident caused by this problem on her Tesla.
After denying the accusations of the woman who was identified as Ms. Li, Tesla then launched legal action against the original plaintiff. The judges finally ruled in favor of the manufacturer, after the intervention of an independent expert.
Ms. Li’s Tesla Model 3 was in an accident in March 2021, but the brakes were not to blame. They were in good condition when the accident took place and were not incriminated.
As a result, Ms. Li had to delete the messages she had posted on her networks. In these messages, she criticized the firm, unfairly. She also had to pay Tesla just over 250 euros in damages. Finally, she also had to pay the bill of 2,580 euros for repairs.
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