Recently, a foreign user named Balaji Simma broke up on social media that the Windows of the Tesla Model 3 he had just bought were broken on their own. It is reported that the car travels less than 40 miles (about 64.3 kilometers) and delivery time is less than 24 hours, netizens expressed frustration, and on social media, Tesla CEO Musk, hope he can solve the problem.
After Balaji Simma uploaded the video to the network, netizens questioned the “broken windows”, and some Tesla fans said their videos had malicious clips, video discontinuous, including surveillance video siones, and even suspected the owner of the car.
In the face of questions from netizens, Balaji Simma later denied the video on social media, saying he was also a Fan of Tesla, a surveillance video he downloaded from the server.
Not surprisingly, this isn’t the first time Tesla has exposed the problem of broken glass.
In October 2019, a netizen broke up the rear window of its new Tesla Model X for no reason. A similar incident occurred to a Norwegian car owner, whose rear window was broken while the Model 3 was parked, and witnesses said there were no people near the vehicle.