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A report from the Wall Street Journal says that Tesla Model 3 benchmarking data is being sold to Tesla competitors for as much as $500,000.
Only a few thousand Model 3s have been delivered to customers to date, making it difficult for competitors to acquire one for testing. That’s were Caresoft Global, an auto benchmarking company, saw an opportunity.
Caresoft has reportedly purchased several Model 3s from third parties for about $100,000 each. They then use a sophisticated scanning technology to collect a wealth of data around the vehicle’s construction and performance. The data has attracted interest from numerous automakers.
Caresoft Global business manager Prideep Subramaniam told WSJ the company’s Model 3 data has attracted considerable interest. For instance, members of a Chinese auto firm flew over just to test drive the vehicle.
See the full report from WSJ here.