Taiwanese singer and professional race driver, Jimmy Lin was photographed driving out to have dinner with friends, and was later fined for parking illegally. This is his first public appearance in front of the media since the accident involved a Tesla vehicle in July last year.
On the afternoon of November 28, a collision between multiple vehicles occurred in Taizhou, China's Zhejiang Province. During the accident, a Tesla Model Y collided with two cars, causing two deaths, one injury, and serious damage to all vehicles involved.
A Leapmotor vehicle rear-ended another car without braking, pushing it out dozens of meters. Leapmotor confirmed that the vehicle was in a human-driven state before the collision, without activating ACC mode (Adaptive Cruise Control).
On the evening of July 29, a traffic accident occurred in a park in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province. The car owner claimed that he was sitting in the co-pilot seat, and that Tesla's automatic assisted driving function operated the car to hit a street lamp.
A car accident involving a Lexus LM in Guigang, Guangxi Province on July 28 has aroused heated discussion and concern within the Chinese internet.
A Chinese online car-hailing platform called Shouqi Limousine and Chauffeur apologized for safety issues after a woman in Hangzhou claimed she injured herself by jumping out of a moving car while attempting to escape a dangerous situation.
WM Motor, a startup electric vehicle producer, issued a recall for 1,282 vehicles on Wednesday after a car caught fire.
On the evening of Sept. 7, a car blogger surnamed Feng posted a video on Weibo, saying that Li Auto’s sole model Li ONE had another "broken axle" incident.
On Sept. 5, a Tesla vehicle suddenly accelerated when passing a local street on Shuangfu Street in Nanchong, Sichuan, hitting several pedestrians, causing two deaths, six injuries, and multiple vehicle collisions.
A burning Li ONE vehicle was discovered at around 4 p.m. on Aug. 6 on the Sihui and Lianzhou expressways in Zhaoqing City, Guangdong Province.