Elon Musk is again waiting in court

Elon Musk is again waiting in court


The US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) received 354 complaints regarding phantom braking on Tesla vehicles. Launched an investigation into more than 400,000 vehicles.

This is reported by RBC-Ukraine with reference to The Verge.

It is noted that the investigation covers all Tesla Model 3 and Model Y cars that were released last year and this year.

Complaints about phantom braking came after the company rolled back the Full Self-Driving beta software due to problems with collision warning or an emergency stop. However, after that, the number of incidents increased rapidly.

“Complaints allege that when using ADAS features, including adaptive cruise control, the vehicle brakes unexpectedly while driving at highway speeds. Complainants report that sudden decelerations can occur without warning, randomly, and often recur during one cycle of movement,” the NHTSA said.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration conducts a preliminary assessment before issuing an official statement. To date, there have been no reports of accidents, injuries or deaths.

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