Tesla has issued a recall for its 2020 to 2023 Model vehicles in order to address the rear light software bug, which raises the possibility of collisions.
As of right now, the business hasn’t heard of any crashes involving the specified models.
However, some people complained that the lights weren’t working. Therefore, the update is necessary to prevent any possible clashes.
More than 300,000 vehicles will receive a wireless online software upgrade from the automobile business to address the problem.
A letter will be sent to the car owners beginning on January 14, 2023, informing them of the change.
The update has already been applied to the currently manufactured automobiles.
Tesla had already recalled some of its vehicles due to issues with the power steering assist and airbag inflation.
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