Tesla Recalls Almost 1.1 Million of All 4 Models Over Windows … – Bloomberg

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Tesla Inc. has issued a recall for nearly 1.1 million vehicles covering all four of its models because the power windows may close too fast and could pinch a driver or passengers, according to a US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration filing.
The electric carmaker plans to fix the problem with an over-the-air update, so vehicle owners do not need to wait for service to be done. The recall covers Model S, X, 3 and Y vehicles made in various model years from 2017 to 2022, NHTSA said in the filing dated Sept. 19 and released Thursday. 


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