Tesla Network Outage Blamed on Internal API Issue: Report



Tesla owners on Wednesday suffered from an hour-long network outage, resulting in many not able to use the company’s mobile app or website.

What caused this embarrassing outage? According to TechCrunch, sources familiar with the matter said it was a company-wide outage.

“The Tesla outage was caused by an internal break of their application programming interface (or API), according to sources familiar with the outage,” reports the publication.

Not all owners were affected by the outage, as some shared the Tesla network was operating just fine:

The outage also caused Tesla’s order pages for Model 3 and Model Y to go down as well. As of writing, Tesla’s website is back up and running.

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