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Troubled Autopilot results in the ‘Recall’ of 285,000 Teslas

Tesla apparently needs to update the software on thousands of its vehicles in China. According to reports from AFP, Bloomberg, and Reuters, there are problems with autopilot in over 285,000 Tesla models already sold. They say the system can accidentally activate itself while driving. After starting up, it then sometimes accelerates uncontrollably, which can cause accidents. The improvements will be available via update; the vehicles do not have to be serviced. Formally, however, this is a recall ordered by the authorities.

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