Tesla to Recall 362,758 Vehicles Due to Full Self-Driving Beta Software Issues

Tesla to recall

Tesla has voluntarily issued a recall for 362,758 vehicles, citing issues with its experimental driver-assistance software, Full Self-Driving Beta, that may cause crashes. The recall notice, which was posted on the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's website, states that Tesla will be providing an over-the-air software update to affected cars to address the problem.

According to a safety recall report, the Full Self-Driving Beta system can cause crashes by allowing vehicles to act unsafely around intersections, speed limit changes, and stop signs. The recall affects 2016-2023 Model S and Model X, 2017-2023 Model 3, and 2020-2023 Model Y vehicles equipped with or awaiting installation of FSD Beta.

While Tesla CEO Elon Musk and fans argue that using the term "recall" for an over-the-air software update is inaccurate, the recall notice issued by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration warns that the affected vehicles can still pose a significant safety risk. 

Tesla has never revealed how many people buy or subscribe to the FSD Beta program, which now costs $15,000 upfront or $199 per month in the US

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