Tesla Recalls 2 Million Vehicles—Nearly Every Car They’ve Sold in the U.S.
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Michael Brooks, executive director of the nonprofit Center for Auto Safety, told the Associated Press, “It’s not digging at the root of what the investigation is looking at. It’s not answering the question of why are Teslas on Autopilot not detecting and responding to emergency activity?”
By Devon Forward
December 13, 2023
Tesla just announced a huge recall of more than 2 million vehicles in the U.S. after an investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration of around 1,000 accidents involving the Autopilot system that highlighted some issues.
The recall will reportedly update and fix the system and its features designed to make sure drivers stay aware and present while using Autopilot, as reported by the Associated Press.
A letter from the NHTSA to Tesla, via CNN, stated that the recall includes 2012-2023 Model S, 2016-2023 Model X, 2017-2023 Model 3, and 2020-2023 Model Y vehicles, and it will mainly involve the Autopilot system feature Autosteer.