LifestyleTesla reacts to warnings. Over-the-air software updates will touch over 2 million vehicles.

Tesla reacts to warnings. Over-the-air software updates will touch over 2 million vehicles.

Tesla reacts to warnings. Over-the-air software updates will touch over 2 million vehicles.
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9:43 AM EST, February 2, 2024

"Certain warning lights are too small, increasing the risk of a crash," said the Federal Regulators, and Tesla was there to react.

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As officials stated, the tiny fonts used in the vehicles significantly increased the possibility of an accident; one couldn't see what was written on the screen quickly enough.

"Warning lights with a smaller font size can make critical safety information on the instrument panel difficult to read, increasing the risk of a crash," Alex Ansley, chief of the NHTSA, said.

As Tesla replied to the issue, they released the free-of-charge update, which owners should download as soon as possible. The Cybertrucks owners will be included in that update for the first time.

Lets be safe!

Sources: Bloomerang; Washington Post; Tesla

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