California has charged a man with vehicular manslaughter after a Tesla he had on autopilot ran a red light and killed two people in 2019. The charges appear to be the first of their kind in the U.S.
The filing said the relocation from Palo Alto, California, to what Tesla calls a “Gigafactory” on Harold Green Road near Austin was done on Nov 24.
Uber announced a deal with Hertz on Wednesday that will make up to 50,000 Teslas available to Uber drivers by 2023.
A former Tesla contractor asked for $101 million in damages for racial abuse he said he endured while working for the electric car maker. Instead, a jury in San Francisco ordered Telsa to pay him $137 million.