According to local media reports, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration recently stated thatTesla will recall about 2,800 Model 3 and Model Y cars to fasten or replace fasteners on the front suspension to prevent accidents.According to the report,The scope of the recalled vehicles includes part of Model 3 produced during 2019-2021 and part of Model Y produced during 2020-2021. The fasteners on the front suspension of these vehicles may have problems, which will change the driving vehicle. Instability, thereby increasing the risk of collision.
Tesla said that for the recalled vehicles, Tesla will tighten or replace the transverse fasteners.
At the same time, Tesla also emphasized that not all recalled vehicles will have firmware loosening problems, but maintenance must be done.
In addition to this recall,Not long ago, Tesla also received the attention of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, which asked why it did not issue a recall notice when updating the Autopilot software.The letter pointed out that if the remote update improves the security defect, a recall is necessary.
According to reports, the software update helped Tesla’s autonomous driving detect stopped emergency service vehicles. NHTSA also asked Tesla to provide information about its “self-driving” software.
Subsequently, Tesla quietly updated the function of helping Tesla’s autopilot to find the stopped emergency service vehicle, and did not give a satisfactory answer to the bureau.