A Tesla in South Korea suddenly lost control and crashed into a wall, causing one death and two injuries.
According to the Lian Zaobao on the evening of December 10, South Korean police said on Thursday (10th) that the fatal crash of a Tesla electric car occurred in the parking lot of an apartment building in Seoul, South Korea.
The vehicle causing the accident was the Tesla Model X.
The driver reported to the police that the vehicle suddenly lost control and crashed into a wall, killing one passenger and injuring two others.
Police said that the Model X caught fire after the crash, and it took about an hour to put out the fire.
South Korean forensic medical authorities will investigate the car to determine the cause of the accident.
Tesla Lost Control
Tesla Lost Control According to the report, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said in January this year that it would review a petition requiring the agency to formally investigate and recall 500,000 Tesla cars, because these vehicles may suddenly accelerate unexpectedly.
This petition concerns the 2012-2019 Tesla Model S, the 2016-2019 Model X, and the 2018-2019 Model 3 models.