|February 03, 2021|
Big Tech Update
This is why Tesla just recalled nearly 135,000 vehicles
Tesla was just forced to recall nearly 135,000 vehicles due to a technology malfunction.
According to the company, Tesla decided to recall the vehicles due to mounting pressure from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). Among the vehicles being recalled are select 2012-2018 Model S sedans and 2016-2018 Model X SUVs.
Malfunctioning touch screens are being cited as the reason for the mass recall. The NHTSA discovered that certain models can lose critical touchscreen functionality suddenly, including rearview camera, defrost, and turn signal functionality. Sources say Tesla isn’t thrilled about having to recall the vehicles and is doing so begrudgingly. The recall is set to take place officially on March 30, 2021. What else do you need to know about the big Tesla recall?
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