Tesla Recalling thousands Model Y vehicles—and this time, the word “recall” It is indisputable that it is appropriate.

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla Motors has voiced frustration at this word with other recalls. “recall” It is since Tesla could—unlike some rivals—simply fix the problems via an over-the-air software update. Update. “recall” conveys bringing one’s car to a mechanic for work.

Last month was an example, as the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration put pressure on it. Tesla “recalled” More than 360,000 cars have been equipped with Full Self-Driving Beta (FSD). software Because of the apparent crash risk 

The fix is not difficult to find. software Update: Musk agreed with the tweeter who said: “Seems like there should be terminology introduced to differentiate between recalls and software updates. Because you know, one requires something to be recalled and the other doesn’t.”

Musk replied: “Definitely. The word ‘recall’ for an over-the-air software update is anachronistic and just flat wrong.”

In September of last year, he made the same statement. tweeting: “The terminology is outdated & inaccurate.” This was done after an “recall” Amount: 1.1 Million Tesla vehicles to ensure they fully complied with the NHTSA’s safety requirements regarding power windows. “This is a tiny over-the-air software update,” Musk also added.

Since the very beginning Tesla The company designed their vehicles so that they can be updated and fixed over the air.

Deloitte, a consulting firm, was acquired last year published a study On softwareCalling for vehicles that are not defined Tesla “the quintessential leader” This is the new trend. “The software-defined vehicle’s transformation will be an inexorable trend driving the development of the automotive industry over the next five to 10 years,” They added it. 

This time, however, bolts could actually be used be Rattling is not a good idea, so they should be careful be secured—physically. As an example recall report by In 3,470, the NHTSA explained why it submitted its February submission. Model Y Automobiles (22nd-2023), “one or more of the bolts that secure the seat back frames to the lower seat frame may not have been torqued to specifications.”

This is how it works “the seat belt system may not perform as designed in a collision, which may increase the risk of an injury for occupants seated in affected second-row seating positions,” It is noted.

This was followed by “As of February 23, 2023, Tesla has identified 5 warranty claims, received between December 9, 2022, and February 14, 2023, that may be related to the conditions described above. Tesla is not aware of any injuries or deaths that may be related to such conditions.”  

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