Chinese Tesla-clone now copies even Elon Musks website

last year, Tesla filed a lawsuit against the Chinese E-car manufacturer Xpeng. The accusation: A former Tesla employee who worked on Tesla's Autopilot, should

Chinese Tesla-clone now copies even Elon Musks website

last year, Tesla filed a lawsuit against the Chinese E-car manufacturer Xpeng. The accusation: A former Tesla employee who worked on Tesla's Autopilot, should have copied sensitive data from the Cloud on personal devices, soon after he had accepted a Job at the competitors Xpeng.

the Chinese use Tesla source code

As reported the Portal "The Verge", has been added to the staff already have the source code for Tesla's Autopilot on his iCloud loaded. Tesla is now calling for the evidence that Xpeng does not use these files to program his own System for Autonomous Driving. This evidence should, however, be quite difficult to provide. SP-X/Peter Maahn The Xpeng P7 looks good

Also interesting: now Comes China's electric Porsche? Xiaomi rises in Xpeng a

at first glance, however, shows that the vehicles of Xpeng - a company with around 3,000 employees - similar to the look of the vehicles, the California-based car manufacturer's highly. As Electrek reported to gave Henry Xia, who founded Xpeng 2014, even openly, that he was in the construction of its cars by Tesla for inspiration. Apparently he has the invitation of the Californian car manufacturer, to all of the patents disclose, as a Persil ticket for shameless piracy understood. XPeng engine now Comes China's electric Porsche? Xiaomi rises in Xpeng a

in other words-hardly the most recent events are to explain: Xpengs site is similar to that of Tesla in a way that would hardly have anyone as a coincidence. The language of images, of vehicles under a bright blue sky, the empty, desert-like areas, Navigation, Buttons and Icons, the white font. It's pretty clear where Xpeng has found his Inspiration for the website.

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This article was written by Tobias steel

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Updated Date: 03 June 2020, 14:26

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