Tesla’s sudden acceleration reverses: Complaints come mainly from shortsellers

This week, the National Highway Safety Administration (NHTSA) stepped in for a collective petition that claimed to have collected as many as 127 car owners, reflecting the sudden acceleration of Tesla Modelmodels since it was first introduced in 2012. SUA) problems, resulting in more than 50 injuries.

Tesla's sudden acceleration reverses: Complaints come mainly from shortsellers

The owners are said to be calling for Tesla to recall all models.

Such a major flaw, if sit still, would almost certainly destroy Tesla overnight. However,media reporters found that there is something else behind the incident.

It turned out that it was Tesla short-sellers who were keen to gather SUA evidence and led the complaint, and one of them, Brian Sparks, never even bought a Tesla.

In addition, Tesla community hacker Bonnie Norman, who was personally endorsed by Musk, had already launched a $500 reward for submitting evidence that Tesla existed. So far, 17 times have been undefeated, as the logbook proves that the so-called SUA was caused by the driver’s mistaken stampede of the accelerator pedal, not a car malfunction.