The NHTSA investigation involved examining 956 accidents where the Autopilot feature was suspected to have been engaged.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration announced on Wednesday that Tesla is recalling more than 2 million vehicles due to concerns that the Autopilot system doesn’t adequately prevent drivers from misusing it.
Affected models include:
- 2012-2023 Tesla Model S
- 2016-2023 Tesla Model X
- 2017-2023 Tesla Model 3
- 2020-2023 Tesla Model Y
At no cost to customers, affected vehicles will receive an over-the-air software remedy, which is expected to begin deploying to certain affected vehicles on or shortly after December 12, 2023, with software version 2023.44.30. Remaining affected vehicles will receive an over-the-air software remedy at a later date.
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