The culprit is reportedly a warning from Federal safety regulators that FSD software can cause cars to start behaving unsafely at intersections. Therefore, they can cause accidents.
Tesla said that the installation of FSD on the brand’s electric vehicles will be suspended for the time being. The decision will remain in effect until the company releases a software update that fixes the issue.
Recall that the test version of FSD is an advanced driver assistance system that costs $15,000. Earlier this month, Tesla announced partial recalls of Model S, Model X, Model 3 and Model Y.
In total, this incident affected 362,758 vehicles equipped with this software.
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