flanker (./3656) :Brunni (./3653) :
Faut arrêter avec ce culte de la personnalité bordel, c'est pas Musk qui a fait ça. C'est une monstre entreprise avec des milliers d'employés partout dans le monde dont des enfants tout mignons qui travaillent gratuitement. Un peu de respect !
Je suis d'accord avec toi, Musk est loin d'être le seul responsable des décisions de Tesla… mais d'un autre côté, il se met un peu en avant
Nouveau transporteur qui a remporté le marché #sncf. pic.twitter.com/KDqBxAeRSF— Guig's rodam (@zebulon9_2) January 14, 2023
German police chased a sports car driver who reached speeds of more than 250 kilometers per hour (155 miles per hour) and drove the wrong way on the autobahn near the southern German city of Stuttgart.
The driver of the black Mercedes AMG GT 63 S turned around on the highway apparently trying to avoid a traffic jam and drove in the wrong direction down the highway in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Godzil (./3677) :Ça a l'air dangereux
plus de volcan dans les voiture
Hyundai and Kia are offering free software updates for millions of their cars in response to a rash of car thefts inspired by a viral social media challenge on TikTok.
The so-called “Kia Challenge” on the social media platform has led to hundreds of car thefts nationwide, including at least 14 reported crashes and eight fatalities, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Thieves known as “the Kia Boyz” would post instructional videos about how to bypass the vehicles’ security system using tools as simple as a USB cable.
The thefts are reportedly easy to pull off because many 2015-2019 Hyundai and Kia vehicles lack electronic immobilizers that prevent thieves from simply breaking in and bypassing the ignition. The feature is standard equipment on nearly all vehicles from the same period made by other manufacturers.
Tesla recalls 362,758 vehicles, says Full Self-Driving Beta software may cause crashes
Tesla is voluntarily recalling 362,758 vehicles equipped with the company’s experimental driver-assistance software, which is marketed as Full Self-Driving Beta or FSD Beta, in the US, according to a recall notice out Thursday. Tesla will deliver an over-the-air software update to cars to address the issues, the recall notice said.
The FSD Beta system may cause crashes by allowing the affected vehicles to: “Act unsafe around intersections, such as traveling straight through an intersection while in a turn-only lane, entering a stop sign-controlled intersection without coming to a complete stop, or proceeding into an intersection during a steady yellow traffic signal without due caution,” according to a safety recall report on the website of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.