Tesla recalls more than 362,700 cars over self-driving flaws:- Tesla issued a recall for more than 362,700 cars due to potential safety issues related to their self-driving capabilities. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the recall affects Model S and Model X vehicles produced between 2013 and 2018 that are equipped with an Autopilot assist feature.
The recall was issued after the NHTSA found that the Autopilot system in these vehicles could fail to recognize stationary objects, increasing the risk of crashes. Tesla stated that the issue can be resolved with a software update, and that it was not aware of any accidents or injuries related to the flaw.
This is not the first time Tesla has issued a recall for its vehicles. In the past, the company has recalled vehicles for issues such as faulty battery software and defective charging adapters. However, the recent recall related to the self-driving capabilities highlights the challenges and risks associated with developing and deploying autonomous vehicle technologies.