Great software bug!  Tesla remembers about 60,000 cars – the Grünheide plant near Berlin has also been affected!

Great software bug! Tesla remembers about 60,000 cars – the Grünheide plant near Berlin has also been affected!


March 22 in Grünheide: Elon Musk hands over first Tesla from Grünheide to Reiner Puls (61) from Karlsruhe imago

Expensive analysis at Tesla electric car manufacturer: Billionaire Elon Musk remembers 60,000 cars, including several that were connected at the Gigafabrik Grünheide near Berlin. That is behind the memory.

At the opening of Gigafabrik in Grünheide, Tesla boss Elon Musk danced a little, but has now lost his joy. Musk had denounced the factory near Berlin as a big money laundering machine because there were no supplier parts to complete enough cars. Meanwhile, the entrepreneur has announced layoffs around the world.

Federal Vehicle Transport Authority confirms Tesla’s recovery campaign from emergency phone software error

And now this too: The massive return campaign raises doubts about the quality of the vehicles that have been delivered. A total of 59,129 Model Y and 3 vehicles are required to attend the workshop, the Federal Vehicle Transport Authority has now confirmed. Including those that were released in Grünheide. Earlier in the week, according to rbb, it was reported that there was no return campaign. Well, yes.

According to the Federal Vehicle Transport Authority, it is a software error that “causes an e-call system failure”. These are brand new cars that were released in 2022. The system automatically detects the emergency number in the event of a serious accident.

Customer Complaints about Weeks of Delivery Delays at Tesla

Tesla owners of affected models should contact the manufacturer or take the car to an approved repair center. A refund was expected after customer complaints were piled up in online forums. Buyers complained that delivery of their vehicles was sometimes delayed for weeks. According to Tesla, it was about “security-related defects”.

However, Tesla now appears to be getting into trouble under control, with several customers confirming that their vehicles will be delivered as planned.