To pay hundreds of thousands! Tesla can't open the door without electricity: only change the battery

time:2022-09-27 05:27:53 source:scripttoolbox.com author:Tablet PC
To pay hundreds of thousands! Tesla can't open the door without electricity: only change the battery

On September 22, a Tesla owner from Canada shared his recent experience. After the Model S ran out of power, he couldn’t charge it or open the door. Because the ownership documents were locked in the car, he couldn’t. To sell it, it annoyed him. It is reported that the battery failure problem of this Model S will take 140,000 yuan to repair before it can return to normal. (Photo from: pexels) As a leading brand of smart electric vehicles, Tesla's models are often very "scientific and technological" in design, but also stubbornly retain some anti-human characteristics in order to reflect its "advanced intelligent system". For example, a design without mechanical car keys. According to the Canadian Tesla owner Mario Zelaya, he could not enter the car after the Model S was out of power, and he could not charge it normally. After sending it for repair, he found that the battery module was rusted and needed to pay 20,000 yuan. The battery cannot be restored until the battery is replaced. He was dissatisfied that the door could not be opened at all when the battery was damaged, which was difficult to deal with extreme situations. (Image from: Tesla's official website) In fact, "unlocking vehicles without feeling" is a new trend, but there are indeed fewer designs like Tesla that lack solutions for extreme situations. At present, Leapmotor S01 and Changan Auchan X7 Geeker all adopt the design of opening the door without a car key. Almost all of these vehicles use a variety of biometric technologies such as face and fingerprint as unlocking methods, and are equipped with independent backup batteries. Such a design, At least it won't be impossible to open the door if the main battery module is damaged. Of course, the unlocking method is probably Tesla's insistence on "intelligence". According to the owner's follow-up report, the Model S had a battery failure after only 77,000 miles of driving, which is different from the nominal 30 The difference between 10,000 and 500,000 miles is far, and the poor quality control is the most annoying problem. (Picture from: Tesla's official website) I have to say that compared to new power brands, traditional car companies are often less aggressive in terms of user experience. For example, some models of car companies such as BMW and BYD have long supported the use of mobile phones. The software opens the door, but this does not mean that the traditional mechanical key must be abandoned. After all, the door is the only entrance and exit, and it is not a bad thing to be conservative in design. It is worth mentioning that the owner of Tesla who tweeted about the successful sale of the "no power" Model S, and its new owner entered the car by breaking the glass. (Cover image from: Tesla official website)

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