Tesla Multimedia System FailsJune 25, 2020
The US National Highway Traffic Safety Association launched an investigation into 63,000 Tesla Model S cars yesterday.
On June 23, the NHTSA launched an investigation into 63,000 Tesla Model S electric cars after numerous complaints about a malfunctioning multimedia control unit. In particular, we are talking about the failure of touch control multimedia. Under suspicion fall cars produced between 2012 and 2015.
Failure in the multimedia system leads to loss of sound, image and touch navigation, in addition, the ability to use maps and a rear view camera is disabled. In addition, in some cases, a malfunction causes the electric vehicle to fail to charge.
In addition, the complaints indicate that Tesla requires money to replace control units. Judging by the fact that neither Tesla nor Nvidia, whose processor is installed in electric cars, did not immediately respond to requests from journalists, they still can not what exactly is the matter.
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