'Unintended Acceleration' Complaint Against Model S Is Meaningless
Now widely reported, a Tesla Model S supposedly had some “unintended acceleration,” which led to it jumping a curb and landing on top of a 4.5-foot high retaining wall.
It seems miraculous to us that this 4,647.3-pound electric vehicle jumped 4.5 feet into the air.
What’s even more suspect is that it jumped that high after hitting a curb that’s one foot away from the retaining wall. We’re still trying got picture this in our heads, but try as we might, we just can’t find this plausible.
Regardless, several media outlets are reporting that a formal unintended acceleration complaint, citing the culprit as the Tesla Model S, has been filed with the NHTSA.
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