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Tesla To Recall More Than 2 Million Cars Due To The Risk Of Accidents

Tesla is recalling up to 2.2 million electric vehicles, including Cybertruck pickups released this year.

Complaints arose regarding the font size of warning messages on the dashboard. The letters are too small, which can make it difficult to read critical information and thereby increase the likelihood of an accident, experts say.

NHTSA said it discovered the problem during a routine safety inspection of Tesla electric vehicles last month. During the inspection, it was found that the font on the warning lamps for the brake system, parking brake and anti-lock braking system was smaller than required by US federal laws. The agency explained that small fonts may make it difficult for drivers to read information, which could increase the likelihood of an accident.

This problem affects electric vehicles Model S, produced from 2012 to 2023, Model X (2016–2023), Model 3 (2017–2023), Model Y (2019–2024), as well as the latest Cybertruck pickup truck. The company is not aware of any accidents or injuries to drivers or pedestrians related to this issue, but three Tesla owners have contacted the company with warranty claims that may be related to the issue at hand.

Fortunately for the company and the owners of Tesla electric vehicles themselves, the cars will not have to be sent back to dealerships or authorized repair centers. The problem can be solved by simply updating the firmware over the air.

In May 2023, Chinese authorities ordered Tesla to conduct a large-scale recall of electric vehicles. The service campaign affected 1,104,622 vehicles. The reason was the operation of the energy recovery system, or more precisely, the driver’s lack of ability to select the recovery mode.

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