Why Tesla Don’t Care About Poor Quality Control in Tesla Models

Fixing panels gaps, leaky seals, and other quality issues is not a priority for Tesla

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It’s fair to say Tesla has taken the car industry by storm. We have seen traditional car manufacturers start taking electric powertrains more seriously. Jaguar have pledged to go all electric by 2025, Porsche…

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