Giuseppe Sandro Mela.
Come sanno anche le peronospore, la confindustria tedesca è tutta loggia ed omofilia, patrona dei migranti islamici e fedelissima devota alla dea energia alternativa.
Quindi è attendibile e veritiera.
In attesa che prendano a picconate le centrali termiche, si allenano cercando di distruggere la Tesla. I malpensanti potrebbero dire che la vedono come una concorrente.
Orbene, in pubblica dichiarazione la confindustria tedesca afferma che le macchine Tesla non solo inquinano, ma anche che sono potenzialmente pericolose. Se lo dicono loro, perché non prestar loro fede?
Riportiamo il testo tra virgolette, senza commenti ulteriori.
«The car batteries used in a Tesla generate as much CO2 as driving a gasoline-powered car for eight years. And that’s before they even come off the production line.»
«This news, from a study by the Swedish Environmental Research Institute, will no doubt delight all those U.S. taxpayers who have been forking out billions of dollars to prop up Tesla’s share price having been assured by their government that subsidizing overpriced electric cars represents a vital step towards “combatting climate change.”»
«The report shows that the battery manufacturing leads to high emissions. For every kilowatt hour of storage capacity in the battery generated emissions of 150 to 200 kilos of carbon dioxide already in the factory.» [Fonte]
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«A report by a car inspection agency warns that Tesla Model S vehicles are equipped with a potentially harmful Autopilot system»
«Tesla’s first generation self-driving electric cars may not be safe on public roads, according to a report by Germany’s central vehicle inspection agency»
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Essendo il testo di Handelsblatt in gran parte protetto da copyright, non siamo autorizzati a riportarne il contenuto delle parti protette. Consiglieremmo quindi molto vivamente i sig.ri Lettori di leggersi l’intero articolo con la massima attenzione.
L’incipit di questo articolo tiene conto del testo completo di Handelsblatt.
→ Handelsblatt. 2017-06-29. Tesla Cars Unsafe, Says German Watchdog
A report by a car inspection agency warns that Tesla Model S vehicles are equipped with a potentially harmful Autopilot system.
Tesla’s first generation self-driving electric cars may not be safe on public roads, according to a report by Germany’s central vehicle inspection agency.
The 4,000 Tesla Model S vehicles in Germany equipped with the original Autopilot system “are not built and equipped in such a way that their normal operation does not harm or more than unavoidably endanger anyone,” said the report by the FSD, or Fahrzeugsystemdaten. The Dresden-based company is tasked by German vehicle inspection organizations to improve the precision of inspections. Its head, Jürgen Bönninger, is essentially the bad conscience of all automakers.
Mr. Bönninger was unwilling to comment on his 40-page report, which he said was not intended for public consumption. But Germany’s Federal Motor Transport Authority, or KBA, which has seen the report, has had concerns about the autopilot system for some time.
“The Federal Motor Transport Authority continues to maintain that the ‘Autopilot’ used by Tesla is purely a driver assistance system,” the transport ministry said on its behalf. In October, the KBA sent a letter to all 4,237 Tesla owners warning them of this fact and that Autopilot should only “be operated with the driver’s constant attention.
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