Tesla Model S crashes into truck in Utah

Tesla Model S crashes into truck in Utah

Tesla Model S crashes into truck in Utah

Tesla did not respond immediately to a request for comment.

Mr Musk said the restructuring plans involve flattening the management structure to improve communication, as well as trimming activities not vital to the success of our mission.

The company confirmed the contents of the email, which was first reported on by the Wall Street Journal.

Earlier it was reported that the city of CULVER city, California Tesla on autopilot crashed into the vehicle by firefighters. "While we understand the demand for information that parties face during an NTSB investigation, uncoordinated releases of incomplete information do not further transportation safety or serve the public interest".

Last week, Tesla said Doug Field, senior vice president of engineering, was taking time off to recharge.

The firm is developing multiple new vehicles and has registered a new auto firm in Shanghai in a likely step towards production there. He slashed his price target due to troubles in the electric vehicle maker's production process for the wallet-friendly Model 3, which has experienced production delays.

And despite the company's claims that it would not need to raise money, Jonas raised his estimate for Tesla's capital raising to US$3 billion from previous US$2.5 billion, which he continues to expect in the third quarter of this year.

He complained to another that the questioning was dry.

Tesla shares sank by 3%, near 282.80, during morning trading on the stock market today.

Police are investigating whether a Tesla sedan's semi-autonomous Autopilot feature was engaged when it rear-ended a fire department truck in Utah.

The human driver was able to get out with just a broken ankle, and the fire truck driver was treated for whiplash.

The vehicle burst into flames and was attended to by Bellinzona firefighters, who say the blaze may have been caused by the Tesla battery. Autopilot, a form of advanced cruise control, handles some driving tasks and warns those behind the wheel they are always responsible for the vehicle's safe operation. The driver in that incident died, but Tesla said he was pulled from the vehicle before it caught fire.

The NTSB and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration are investigating at least two other crashes involving Tesla vehicles. Days after another crash involving Tesla's Autopilot system and the departure two key executives, the company announced it is shutting down its Model 3 assembly line for six days at the end of this month to fix production problems.

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