21st century racing: police did not catch up with suspect because car was running low

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21st century racing: police did not catch up with suspect because car was running low 

Well-known Tesla cars, which are recognized as almost the best in the world, "gave it a go". In California, a Tesla police officer wanted so badly to catch a suspect that he was speeding. But even faster, the car just has a battery!


It is known that the speed with which the police officer at one point reached 200 km / h, but the driver realized that the charge would be enough for about 10 km. Of course, he reported to the dispatcher, and the suspect left the usual patrol cars. Of course, because this Tesla is the only one in the department, and unfortunately, it did not help to catch the suspect. It became known that the driver of the notorious car, Officer Jesse Hartman, was chasing a potential criminal in San Francisco, and the pursuit was found to be dangerous because the suspect was driving the car in a strange way. The police department said Tesla was just used from the beginning without a full charge, which is what caused the problem. After all, when the car is fully charged, by the end of the day it is stable at 40-50%. This would be a lesson for California police officers and more.


Wondering which is better: good old patrol cars or the prestigious Tesla?

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