A recall will be announced because danger was found in the fully automatic driving beta version of about 360,000 Tesla cars
Automaker Tesla announced on February 16, 2023 (Thursday) that it will recall 362,758 of its own electric vehicles due to a defect. The recall is said to be because the beta version of Tesla's 'Full Self-Driving (FSD)' technology is dangerous to traffic safety.
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Tesla to recall 362,758 cars because Full Self Driving Beta is dangerous | Ars Technica
According to the recall summary released by the U.S. Department of Transportation Highway Traffic Safety Administration, ``Tesla's beta version of FSD may go straight through an intersection even though it is a dedicated right or left turn lane, or ignore a stop sign and enter an intersection. , and may take dangerous actions around intersections, such as proceeding to an intersection without sufficient caution when a yellow light is on.'
'The system may not adjust the speed of the vehicle properly, such as ignoring the speed limit when it switches,' it added.
On January 25, 2023, the U.S. Department of Transportation's Highway Traffic Safety Administration asked Tesla to issue a recall, explaining that it had concerns about driving the beta version of FSD. After weeks of internal meetings at Tesla, the company announced a recall of the vehicle.
In 2021, Tesla recalled about 10,000 Tesla vehicles ( PDF file) for the reason that they tend to brake improperly.
The models affected by this recall are the Model S and Model X released in 2016, the Model 3 released in 2017, and the Model Y released in 2020.
The recall target will be notified by mid-April 2023, and the latest version of the FSD beta version will be sent from Tesla on the net.
The U.S. Department of Transportation's Highway Traffic Safety Administration said it would continue to criticize Tesla's FSD, which has been left behind by competitors following 41 accidents, including 19 fatalities, since 2016. We are announcing an investigation.
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