Not long ago, Tesla Motors filed a recall plan with the State Administration for Market Regulation, which covers more than 1.1 million vehicles, almost all the vehicles it has sold in China in the past four years.
Many Tesla owners are anxious. Why haven't they received relevant recall notice so far?
In response, a Tesla official said, "The recall hasn't started yet,The company plans to officially launch a domestic recall on May 29. At that time, the company will send OTA upgrade recall invitations to all vehicles within the recall range in batches, and owners can complete the recall by clicking the upgrade button.”
This is in line with the official website of the State Administration for Market Regulation. "Starting from May 29, 2023, a total of approximately 1,104,600 imported Model S, Model X, Model 3 and domestic Model 3 and Model Y vehicles manufactured between January 12, 2019 and April 24, 2023 will be recalled," the plan reads.
As previously reported by Fast Technology,The reason for the recall is to reduce the chance of mispressing the accelerator pedal for long periods of time, by giving drivers the option of an energy recovery braking strategy, and by adding a reminder that the accelerator pedal is pressed deep.
It's worth noting that Tesla has made up for both of these points with OTA:
Allowing Chinese users to select "standard" and "low" two-speed energy recovery braking modes, forcing the single pedal to become a thing of the past.
In addition, when the driver presses the accelerator pedal for a long time and deeply, the system will alert the driver to avoid misoperation, and the stop mode will be set to "slow" by factory default.
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