In the latest sign of the changing times, Tesla has issued a recall fix with a remote software update.
CarandDriver.com reports that Tesla recalled nearly 12,000 vehicles that were operating its Auto Drive software version 10..3. Apparently, the program is prone to issuing erroneous collision warnings, potentially resulting in unintended breaking.
After the company learned of the defect it issued the fix and now claims that 99.8% of the affected vehicles have been treated, the report indicates.
Affected models include models S, X, Y, and 3 manufactured between 2017 and 2021.
This is not the first time Tesla has faced a recall. The company’s Auto Drive system is currently under investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which is investigating whether Tesla’s self-driving system has led to deadly crashes.
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