Teslas

Teslas: Keyless Entry Systems Easy to Hack, Cars Easy to Steal within Minutes – Researchers Demonstrate

December 7, 2020 By B.N. Frank Teslas remain popular despite the growing list of problems associated with them. There have been numerous reports about models crashing and/or catching fire. Owners have reported other scary driving situations as well (see 1, 2). NHTSA has started an investigation into complaints about faulty suspension systems. Consumer Reports has…

NHTSA Opens Investigation Into 115,000 Teslas Over Faulty Suspension Complaints

In what appears to be continuing spillover from Tesla’s recent contested recall of its Model S and Model X vehicles in China due to suspension ┬áissues, U.S regulators are now investigating the issue. The U.S. NHTSA announced on Friday it had opened an investigation into about 115,000 Tesla vehicles over front suspension safety issues, according…

159,000 Teslas At Risk Of Infotainment System And Cameras Dying Due To Worn Out Memory Chips

While Tesla is sorting out a litany of problems, not the least of which is Consumer Reports slamming their vehicle’s reliability and a Chinese recall over Model S and Model X suspensions, while at the same time trying to figure out how to come up with another “profitable” quarter, the quality control issues keep stacking…

Tesla’s Supercharger Network In Australia Officially Costs More Than Filling Your Car With Gas

Using the Tesla Supercharger network, it is now costlier to recharge your vehicle than it is to gas up at a traditional gas station, according to a new report from Australia-based WhichCar. The news came as a result of a “recent price increase” to use the Superchargers and – stop us if you’ve heard this…