One problem leads to another: Tesla will recall more than 1 million vehicles for repair
Tesla has issued a service action affecting 1,096,762 vehicles produced between 2017 and 2022. It applies to all of the company’s existing models, including Model 3 from 2017 to 2022, Model S from 2021 to 2022, Model X from the same period, and Model Y from 2020 to 2022.
These vehicles do not meet the safety requirements imposed by the United States government.
Tesla uncovered the issue during testing between August 19 and August 23 of this year. The engineers then realized that when the window closed automatically, the system did not react as it should have, and a human could be imprisoned if they stepped in the way of the closing window.
In an effort to resolve the issue, Tesla launched an extensive test with multiple versions of its automobiles earlier this month.
There is no indication that he was hurt as a result of this issue, and as of September 13, all vehicles made by the company are fitted with fresh software that resolves the issue. For the remaining vehicles, an online update is planned to correct the software bug.