In the statement of the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), it was noted that Tesla recalled certain Model S, X and Y vehicles from 2023 equipped with the company’s fully autonomous 4.0 system due to a software error.
In the statement, it was emphasized that the software imbalance could prevent the rear camera from being displayed, which would reduce the driver’s field of vision and increase the risk of an accident.
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The statement said 199,575 vehicles were recalled.
In the statement pointing out that Tesla has released a software update that can be done remotely to solve the problem, it was stated that owners of vehicles affected by the recall are expected to be notified as of March 22.
As part of a recall, which means that automakers find a potential safety issue with their vehicles, manufacturers usually provide free repairs, while affected customers are notified by letter or other communication channels.