Tesla’s commitment to customer safety has led to a significant recall. According to Reuters, Tesla is recalling a whopping 54,676 of its Model X vehicles produced between 2021-2023. But why?
Tesla Model X: A Recall for Brake Issues
The U.S. auto regulator, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), highlighted a potential flaw. The vehicle’s controller might not detect low brake fluid, and subsequently, may not show a warning light. This could pose a safety risk for drivers.
However, Tesla’s proactive approach is commendable. They’ve promptly released an over-the-air (OTA) software update to address this concern. And the best part? It’s free of charge for Model X owners. As of October 10, there have been no reported accidents, injuries, or fatalities linked to this issue, the NHTSA confirmed.