Overseas | Tesla’s entry into Europe is a twist! German court bans its use of autonomous driving ads
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Understanding Chedi’s original industry Tesla’s road to Europe is a twist.
A few days ago, the German court ruled that Tesla’s self-driving ads will be banned because they involve misleading consumers. The lawsuit was filed by a non-profit organization, the Anti-Competition Protection Center, who accused Tesla of providing customers with commitments that exceeded their actual delivery capabilities.
The court’s decision is consistent with this institution’s view, except In addition, the organization has the support of industry associations, chambers of commerce and several industry independent companies. The organization’s lawyers said in a press statement:“Germany does not even have a legal framework for autonomous driving in cities, and its functions do not yet work as advertised.”
Tesla’s plant in Berlin, Germany, officially opened this year, which is its first The construction of two overseas factories, in fact the Berlin factory, is also twisted.
In January of this year, 250 German citizens protested at Tesla’s German factory construction, opposed Tesla’s super factory in this, saying that the factory would seriously damage local water sources and the environment. Later, the plant was postponed until mid-April. Because of the continued deterioration of the new coronavirus infection in Germany, Tesla evacuated most American employees from Germany. It was not until the end of May that the German environmental protection agency approved the construction of the plant.
and it’s aimed at autonomous driving advertising This ruling may not be a surprise to Tesla. In August last year, Musk tweeted:”We are working with EU regulators to improve the rules. Autopilot can work normally in other parts of the world.”
About Tesla’s Autopilot system There have been many accidents. Recently, in China, a Tesla Model3 used a fully automated driving function (FSD) with a BYD The dirt truck collided, but no casualties were caused.
Previously in China and the United States, Tex was used A serious accident of death due to the automatic driving function.