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.