Teslacam once again proves how useful it is in catching a driver that backed into a Tesla Model 3. Luckily, the damage was minor, but the camera proves who is at...
Category: Crashed EVs
It took just one missed turn and the Tesla Model 3 slid across the slick surface before smashing to a stop. The damage is noticeable, but seems somewhat minor.
While videos don't tell all when it comes to vehicle safety, this Tesla Model 3 appears to handle quite the impact from a big Mack truck.
Luckily, the damage was very minor. However, in these edge-case scenarios, no current self-driving system on the market is able to always do what's right.
If an EV and a gas car get into a collision, which one will burst into flames more readily? Some would have you think a Tesla Model 3 would be the fire hazard here.
The wreck wasn't just a slight bump either. The Honda climbs the freeway wall before coming down and continuing on in a swerve here and there type of way.
Watch as Tesla Autopilot reacts not once, but twice to save this Tesla Model 3 from being hit by a semi driver who tries to merge into the Model 3's lane.
While there will continue to be issues caused by autonomous driving, its positive impact will far outweigh the negatives. Let us explain.
The slippery surface may be partially to blame for this crash, but it lessened the impact too. Watch as a bus blows a red light and t-bones a Tesla Model S.
Once again we see the out-of-nowhere car appear and, sure enough, the Tesla stops itself just in the nick of time to avoid a major crash.
The driver of this Tesla Model X is alive, despite the Tesla SUV being destroyed. A fire followed the crash, the cause of which is still under investigation.
Fortunately, everyone involved in this horrific car crash survived. But as this video shows, running a red light is extremely dangerous. Recklessly speeding is too.
Out of seemingly nowhere, a car flies into view ready to crush the Tesla Model 3, but Tesla's automatic emergency braking steps in and saves the day.
For the riders in the audience, the most distressing thing seems to be that the rider simply ditches his passenger without a word of warning.
What in the heck happened here? It seems the Subaru driver thought the top of a Tesla Model S was the perfect place to park. Wow!
Fire erupted after a Tesla Model X collided with a tree and split in two. Teenagers were injured in the wreck.
Mercedes-Benz understands how important the EQC is for future expansion in the all-electric segment and puts a lot of weight on safety.
Crashing a carbon fiber body is a whole new world compared to traditional steel bodies.
One of Tesla's newest features, dubbed Tesla Cam, acts as a dashcam to capture various events. This clip catches a motorcycle versus car crash.
Since the NHTSA has released a statement that goes against Tesla's Model 3 injury probability claim, let's take a closer look.