The American electric car maker has announced that abuse has been detected in the Model 3 and Y.
New reminder to Telsa. The American electric car maker, owned by the eccentric Elon Musk, announced on Wednesday, June 2, that it has recalled nearly 6,000 cars in the United States after finding a problem with the brakes. The panel announces that the brake caliper bolts of some models 3 that will be sold between 2019 and 2021 and some models of the YS that will be sold between 2020 and 2021 may come out, causing tire pressure loss.
Already 158,000 cars were recalled earlier this year
However, documents sent by Tesla to the U.S. Highway Safety Agency (NHDSA) indicate that there were no accidents or injuries related to this issue. The company will inspect all of the brake caliper bolts on the recalled models and replace them if necessary.
This is the second setback for a company with a record rating. Earlier this year, at the request of the NHDSA, the team had to recall 158,000 cars. A request that is linked to a memory problem in the on-board system, which can affect driver assistance and therefore security.
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