Due to a bug on Tesla’s internet servers, thousands of the brand’s customers suddenly found themselves unable to open or start their car.
A few days ago, the Ionity fast charging network was completely paralyzed for almost two hours across Europe due to a problem with the company’s internet servers. This time, it is the Tesla brand that has experienced a big network problem that has handicapped many customers around the world.
On Friday, Tesla vehicle owners found themselves with a car that was impossible to open and start. The reason ? An internet server problem, rendering inoperative the smartphone application usually used to control your Tesla. A priori, the problem did not prevent opening his car with the “physical” emergency key, available to all owners.
Elon Musk s’excuse
On the Twitter network, Tesla boss Elon Musk apologized for the inconvenience. He promises that the incident will not happen again.
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