Although Tesla is one of the best and most innovative electric vehicle manufacturers, even it can make mistakes. The company announced that it recalls 321,000 Model Y and Model 3 EVs including 2020, 2021, 2022, and 2023 Model Y in addition to some 2023 Model 3 vehicles. You may feel like you have seen this news, but this recall is made recently. Tesla has already recalled about 30,000 Model X EVs in the U.S. on Friday. Here are the details about the Tesla Model Y and Model 3 recalls.
Tesla recalls its EVs again
After the accident happened because of an autonomous driving error on a Tesla car, the company started to give more attention to the software issues on its cars. Additionally, this is not the first recall this month. Tesla recalled around 40,000 EVs in the U.S. on November 8 due to a problem that could result in loss of power steering.
Though Tesla has been working on electric vehicles for a long time, there are still several things to improve on the cars. One of the best improvements is to update the cars remotely. However, Tesla will fix the issues on the recalled Model 3 and Model Y cars in the U.S. in the center.
If you have a Tesla vehicle, you may have already experienced these recalls. Now, the brand recalls some of the Tesla Model Y and Model 3 EVs in the U.S. People don’t like when Tesla recalls its vehicles due to some software issues, but the brand is trying to improve its services by testing them on its cars.
According to the announcements, the reason for this recall is an issue involving the tail lights. However, users think that OTA can fix this issue. The recall notice explains that the tail lights on these vehicles may “intermittently illuminate” in “rare instances.”