Over a million US cars are soon be recalled by Tesla.
Tesla is recalling almost 1.1 million vehicles in the US due to the potential for the windows to close too quickly and grab people’s fingers. American authorities’ materials state that even though the windows sense an obstruction, they might not react effectively. Over a million US cars are soon be recalled by Tesla.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, it is against safety regulations. Tesla claims that the problem will be resolv with a software update. According to CEO Elon Musk, the federal safety regulators are the “fun police,” and the nation’s leading maker of electric vehicles has regularly clash with them.
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Previous recalls :
- back-up cameras
- hood latches
- seatbelt warnings
- sound-system applications
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Tesla CEO Elon Musk objected to the term’s use “remember,” tweeting: “The phrase is incorrect & outdated. This wireless software upgrade is not very large. There shouldn’t have been any injuries, in our opinion.”
The most recent recall covers all four Tesla models, including the Model 3 automobile (2017-22), some Model Y SUVs, Model S sedans, and Model X SUVs. During testing of the production process in August, Tesla discovered the problem with the mechanized windows. Owners will start receiving written notice on November 15th.
Corporate documents show that automobiles manufactured after September 13th already have the updated software needed to solve the issue. The recall, according to Tesla, has not led to any warranty claims, accidents.