Warning! 2.2 Million Tesla Cars in Danger Due to Software Flaw!

Another significant hits in the USA, as small warning signals trigger a widespread software overhaul. This follows previous updates necessitated on an astounding volume of vehicles.

In fact, just last January, a staggering 1.6 million cars in China were subjected to a corrective update. This time, the trigger for the update was discovered by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in the United States.

The NHTSA investigation revealed that the warning signals for braking and parking were not adequately displayed due to their small size. It is believed that these diminutive warning signals pose a potential hazard to drivers who might not notice them.

Affected Models

The NHTSA's discovery impacts a range of Tesla's popular models. The affected models are the Cybertruck, Model 3 (2017-2023), Model X (2016-2023), Model Y (2019-) and Model S (2012-2013).

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Scale of the Update

An estimated 2.2 million cars will need to undergo the update. To put it into perspective, this figure represents almost all Tesla vehicles sold in the USA.

Method of Update

Flexibility and convenience are paramount with this update. It can be remotely sent and subsequently installed by the vehicle owner. Consequently, this negates the need for any potentially inconvenient trips to an auto shop.

Future Updates

The possibility of similar updates in other regions remains shrouded in uncertainty. This leaves car owners in regions such as the and China wondering whether they might also be required to install updates.

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