However, FedEx was not satisfied with this strategy, so today it sent a letter (PDF) to Tesla urging the company to recall and notify owners of 158,000 previously produced Model S and Model X vehicles. March 2018. As the letter explains, losing access to the touch screen means losing backup cameras and controls (such as defogging the windshield), which they believe may lead to accidents.
Such as TechCrunch Pointed out that they also wrote: “Given the limited storage capacity of storage devices, Tesla has provided confirmation that all units will inevitably fail. Tesla provides its own statistical model, which shows that from 2020 to 2020 The estimated number of weekly MCU repairs in 2028. It is estimated that the replacement rate of MCU failures will peak in early 2022 and then gradually decline until the completion of (almost) all parts business in 2028.”
This letter requires Tesla to make a request before January 27. Tesla publicly raised the five-star safety rating of Model Y vehicles by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (YHTSA) earlier today, but has not yet publicly commented on the recall request.