Tesla Risks Consumer Rights Violation By Shipping Cars With Faulty USB Ports

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As of November 6, Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) has been shipping Model 3 and Model Y cars with defective USB ports from its Shanghai Gigafactory, due to the semiconductor shortage. As ports are only available for charging and not for data transfer, the automotive giant could face a consumer rights backlash. Q3 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Defective PortsAccording to the South China Morning Post, the USB ports in the front-row central consoles of the Model 3 sedans and Model Y can only be used for charging, and not for data transfer. The issue is due to the chip shortage affecting t…

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