At least 4 points to add.Double check your basic logic. Telsa has a million cars on the road and 1 (crazy) woman says she thinks that maybe her dad thinks that maybe he hit the brakes as he sped thru town.
Do the math and you'll see that Tesla brakes are *exactly* 100% reliable. That's why everyone is sure it's the driver's fault.
Could Zhang's car have a 1-in-a-million brake failure? Maybe but it's extremely unlikely. Could it have a brake failure that somehow fixed itself without leaving any evidence? No. That has never happened on any car from any maker anywhere ever.
1、Ms. Zhang's case is not the only one.
She is in fact the one who starts a war against Tesla in public. Almost every fews days there will be one Tesla accident declaring to encounter brake malfunction and SUA. Check regularly the
Chinese Tweet-like platform Weibo will easily prove.
2、Once reported, any possible design defect should be investigated completely, no matter whether it exists or not and how small the possibility is.
3、Even if other brands may suffer more accidents, if they are clearly proved to be drivers' faluts, then the brand is not responsible. However, for Tesla, it's not the case. Obviously, the public are not fully convinced that all these accidents are drivers' faults.
4、One step back, even if Tesla's braking system gets eventually proved to be bug-free, Tesla may also needs to reflect after so many cases, whether its operation logic needs further improvement.