Automotive Oct 14, 2021 07:59 AM (GMT+8)
The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) asked Tesla to explain whether the software system was upgraded in the air to prevent Tesla vehicles from colliding with emergency vehicles, and whether the relevant safety defects constituted a condition for the company to recall vehicles and repair them. In addition, NHTSA also said that the confidentiality agreement signed by customers participating in the beta version test of Tesla autopilot driving software may prevent the agency from obtaining the information required to evaluate the project. The agency asked Tesla to submit more relevant information before November 1.
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