Tesla Model X & Model S Airbag Recall – Unsafe Airbags In Select 7600 Tesla Cars…
By Consider The Consumer on 12/15/2021
Tesla To Replace Defective Airbags Of Thousands Of Its Model X and Model S Vehicle Offerings
Elon Musk’s Tesla has announced that it would push for the recall of select 7600 Model X and Model S cars after discovering that they contained defective airbags.
Tesla Raises Airbags Security Concerns
Per a recent recall order released by Tesla via the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in early November, the electronic vehicle (EV) maker is slated to pull out 7,600 units off the market due to concerns about their airbags’ security.
It is said that the recalled cars’ airbags can possibly tear up when they are deployed during an accident or collision. The said faulty airbags can increase the chances of injury to the driver and other passengers.
According to the Tesla Model X & Model S Airbag Recall order, a slight tweak in the airbags’ manufacturing process is the main reason behind the defect.
Select Tesla Cars Airbag Issue Recall Details
In light of the above, Tesla has promised to change their consumers’ cars’ airbags. All affected Tesla car owners are slated to get notified about the process of the airbags replacement in early January 2022 via mail.
This is another round of recall launched by Tesla after it recently announced that it will ask around 12,000 car owners of its Tesla Model Y, X, S, and 3 to update their vehicle’s software due to an error on a previous version of the program.
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Editor’s Note on Tesla Model X & Model S Airbag Recall:
This recall alert aims to provide you with information surrounding the recall announcement led by Tesla involving select models of its cars due to reported airbag defects. We also suggest you read the Tesla Solar Roof High Price Lawsuit.
Case Name(s) & No.(s): Select Tesla Cars Airbag Issue Recall; NHTSA Recall No.: 21V-868
Jurisdiction: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
Reason: Tesla Model X and Model S owners may have cars that have faulty airbags in them.
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