Update (11:35 AM ET): Connectivity is starting to return to some cars. Some people might still be experiencing some issues. Officals at Tesla are working to resolve the issues.
- Users report Tesla network outage and connectivity issues.
- Fred Lambert tweeted the following news, “Breaking: Tesla is currently having a complete network outage. Internal systems are down according to sources. On the customer side, I can’t connect to any of my cars and the website is not working. What about you?”
- It appears one of the most wide-ranging network outages of Tesla’s systems that we have seen to date.
Breaking: Tesla is currently having a complete network outage. Internal systems are down according to sources. On the customer side, I can't connect to any of my cars and website is not working. What about you? pic.twitter.com/fbj3s4SJC8
— Fred Lambert (@FredericLambert) September 23, 2020
Reports surfacing on social media indicate that Tesla is suffering from a complete network outage. Tesla network outage has crashed the internal systems and all connectivity features are down at the moment. Sources have revealed that Tesla’s internet system is inexplicably down at the moment. The staff is unable to process deliveries and orders as a result.
On the customer-facing aspect, the owners of the company were not able to connect their cars through the mobile app. This issue started somewhere around 11:00 PM EDT. Since then, the internal systems seem to be down for customers around the globe. The website illustrates a similar error. the main page has no configurator working at the moment.
Downdetector, the service broadcasting realtime overview of issues and outages with all kinds of services shows a hike in the number of reports regariding connectivity issues with Tesla. One user commented, “I logged on to the app to see how many miles I had on the car, it just get spinning so I tried to log out but was unable to. Got a message saying internet server error. I am unsure what that means and now that is what is showing when I open the app. I am in South Florida. Any ideas??”
Updates regarding the Tesla network outage reveal that the system is only down for some users around the globe. The internal systems are down only for some parts of the world, while the system is functioning normally in other parts of the world. Fred Lambert has also reported that connectivity is back up for some users, he tweeted, “Connectivity is starting to return. 2 out of my 3 cars are back on the network. Others are reporting connectivity now.”
Tesla, Inc. is a widely known American electric vehicle and clean energy company based in Palo Alto, California. The company is named after the legendary, Nikola Tesla. Tesla’s current products include electric cars, battery energy storage from home to grid scale, solar products and related products and services. After 11 years of being a successful venture in the market, Tesla was ranked as the world’s best-selling plug-in and battery electric passenger car manufacturer in 2019.