Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) is recalling more than 475,000 electric cars in the United States because of rear view camera and trunk issues that could cause accidents. The recall involves the famous Model 3 and Model S.
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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has said Tesla needs to fix a rear-view camera issue in 356,309 Model 3 cars manufactured between 2017 and 2020. Additionally, 119,009 Model S vehicles exhibited front hood issues that should be corrected by the company.
The regulator said of the Model 3’s problems: “The rear view camera wire harness may be damaged by opening and closing the trunk lid, preventing the rear view camera image from being displayed. . “
As for the Model S, Tesla said a problem with the front hood latching can cause the hood to open “without warning and obstruct the driver’s view, thereby increasing the risk of an accident.”
At this point, the electric car juggernaut has not reported any accidents, injuries or fatalities related to the issues causing the recall.
Tesla’s autopilot system is under NHTSA investigation following 11 crashes recorded since 2018 in which 17 people were injured and one died. In these events, the system would have played a key role.
Although there are several other crashes in which a Tesla has been involved, the 11 that will be part of the investigation monopolize the attention since they include the famous Autopilot or Traffic-Aware Cruise Control system.
Additionally, several of these crashes occurred at night and involved vehicles that were assisted by first responders in scenes where they used flashlights, flares, traffic signs and cones warning of the dangers of traffic. road.
The investigation may cover only the 11 vehicles mentioned but, based on the results of the study, NHTSA estimates that up to 765,000 Tesla Model S, Y, X and 3, manufactured between 2014 and 2021 could be affected.
The name “Autopilot” and the Full Self Driving feature have been viewed as misleading terms which could lead drivers to believe that their vehicle can drive itself, when in fact it is a level system. 2 which still requires human intervention.
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