• Tesla facing possible Model S, X recall in U.S., not in Canada yet

    11 days ago - By MobileSyrup

    In the United States, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is attempting to force Tesla to recall some Tesla Model S and X vehicles over screen issues.
    So far, Transport Canada hasn't issued a similar recall, but since the problem is screen hardware related, it seems likely that Canadian models are experiencing the same issues.
    This problem is caused by a worn-out flash memory chip in 2012-2018 Model S sedans and 2012-2018 Model X crossovers, according to Motherboard. Every time a driver turns on their car, this chip gets worn down a little more, with reports claiming that...
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  • Tesla asked to recall 158,000 cars over safety concerns

    Tesla asked to recall 158,000 cars over safety concerns

    11 days ago - By BBC

    The failing media control units could increase the risk of a crash, a US safety agency says.
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  • Tesla can't be forced to recall 158,000 cars in the US. yet

    Tesla can't be forced to recall 158,000 cars in the US. yet

    11 days ago - By The Next Web

    News surfaced yesterday that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is asking Tesla to recall more than 158,000 vehicles over problems with their touchscreens. Sure, it's pretty crummy when you get news that your vehicle might be destined to failure due to a manufacturing defect. But the real kicker is that Tesla isn't legally obligated to fix them, yet. [Read: Meet the 4 scale-ups using data to save the planet] In a letter to the manufacturer the NHTSA asked Tesla to recall some Model S and Model X vehicles because the touchscreens can fail after years of use, WSJ reports...
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