Tesla will allow car owners in China to access data generated by their vehicles $TSLA
U.S. electric-vehicle maker Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) said on Thursday it was developing a platform for car owners in China that will allow them to access data generated by their vehicles.
said on Thursday it was developing a platform for car owners in China that will allow them to access data generated by their vehicles.Tesla, which makes Model 3 sedans and Model Y sport-utility vehicles at its Shanghai factory, aims to launch the data platform this year, it said in a statement.
This is the first time an automaker has announced plans to allow customers access car data in China, the world's biggest car market.1/4A man wearing a face mask following the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak walks by Tesla Model 3 sedans and Tesla Model X sport utility vehicle at a new Tesla showroom in Shanghai, China May 8, 2020. REUTERS/Yilei Sun
Read MoreAutomakers for the past several years have been equipping more vehicles with cameras and sensors to capture images of a car's surroundings. Control of use, sending and storage of these images is a fast-emerging challenge for the industry and regulators worldwide. headtopics.com
China last month published draft rules to ensure the security of data generated by smart cars. Data collected fromTesla electric cars in Chinais stored in the country, a company executive said last month.Tesla in April was targeted by state media and regulators after a customer, angry over the handling of her complaint about malfunctioning brakes, climbed on top of a Tesla car in protest at the Shanghai auto show. Videos of the incident went viral.
Tesla provided the data related to theto the customer complying with the local authorities’ order. Read more: Reuters Top News »
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Tesla developing data platform for car owners in ChinaU.S. electric vehicle maker Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) said it was developing a data platform for car owners in China to access data generated by their vehicles. CVD
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Tesla will give up pole position in ChinaTesla (TSLA.O) will give up its pole position in China. An April sales drop and pared-back plans for its Shanghai plant suggest it is already facing a rougher ride. The $595 billion brand can still prosper, but not as leader of the pack. KatrinaHamlin $NIO KatrinaHamlin I read the entire article. Will give it up to who? The article seems to be written with the implicit assumption that a single MoM drop in sales is conclusive evidence of reduced demand? Given Tesla history of backloading deliveries to end of Q, seems imprudent.
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