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This is the ruling that has forced Tesla to withdraw 12,000 cars from the market

Tesla is being forced to recall around 12,000 vehicles sold since 2017 in the United States, as an internal error in the cars can cause a false warning of frontal collision or an unexpected activation of the emergency brakes as announced the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration of the American country.

The automaker has already confirmed the recall of almost 12,000 units of the S, X, 3 and Y models. Of course, it has also requested a software update for the vehicles, installing the new version 10.3 Full-Self Driving ( FSD) (Beta).

An error in the installation

At the moment, in Europe these types of problems are not being detected, but the company has also opened an investigation to try to solve the problem and prevent its customers from suffering the consequences of an installation failure that only corresponds to the company.

FSD is an advanced driver assistance system that handles some driving tasks, but Tesla says it doesn’t make the vehicles autonomous. The internal investigation claims that Tesla uninstalled FSD 10.3 after receiving reports of inadvertent activation of the automatic emergency braking system, then updated the software and released version 10.3.1 of FSD only for affected vehicles.

The company says it will continue its investigations to ensure that any security flaws are recognized and addressed immediately. The recall is taking place after the US government asked Tesla last month why it had not issued a recall order to address software updates made to its Autopilot driver assistance system to improve the ability to drive. vehicles detect emergency vehicles.

Tesla assured then that the problem is caused by a disconnection of the communication of the software between two integrated chips that can eventually cause a problem that could produce “erroneous detections of vehicles and objects that the car’s computer interprets as obstacles, so it warns of an imminent risk of collision. “

If the automatic emergency braking system is activated unexpectedly while driving, it could increase the risk of a rear-end collision, Tesla said, but added that it was not aware of crashes or injuries related to this issue, insisting that it already does. is solving.

On November 25, Tesla began rolling out the wireless software update and re-enabled the FCW and AEB functions on vehicles with the update. The company announced that as of November 29, more than 99.8% of vehicles, that is, all but 17, had installed the new update and no further action was necessary.

The US auto safety agency also asked Tesla last November about its “Autosteer on City Streets,” which the company also refers to as FSD, and expressed concern about the numerous bug reports that are bringing in the drivers of the well-known brand’s vehicles.

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