The Tesla app died, a bunch of car owners could not get in their vehicle
There was a flaw in Tesla’s system that first drove only American and Canadian drivers crazy and then signaled the rest of the world that they couldn’t start their car. Elon Musk apologized and promised no more would happen.
An hour-long system failure ruled out a crowd of foreign Tesla owners with their car the other day, and the NPR said the phenomenon was first seen in the United States and Canada and then in other regions such as South Korea.
The problem occurred on the manufacturer’s mobile app for cars. The feature-rich feature also allows the Tesla owner to open and start their vehicle, but none of these were possible due to the error discussed above.
Due to the unpleasant moments, several people started bombing Elon Musk’s official channels, including her Twitter page, noting that the company’s customer service was unavailable. The problem has been remedied in a matter of seconds, as the Tesla can also be used with the associated key.
However, due to the convenience provided by the app, a lot of people do not keep this to themselves.
In response to the complaints, Musk said an investigation would be launched. It is unknown exactly how long this took, but the business owner wrote that the network was working again after five hours. Musk apologized to the car owners and promised there would be no more in the same post.