On Friday, the United States National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) said that it had opened an investigation or inquiry into approximately 115, 0000 Tesla vehicles over a front suspension or adjournment safety problem.
In February, the California-based electric automobile and clean energy company ‘Tesla’ publishes a service bulletin outlining manufacturing conditions that could result in suspension of front failures.
Meanwhile, the Automotive Safety Regulator (ASR) also stated that it was initiating a preliminary assessment in the 2015-2017 Models S and Model X 2016-2017 automobiles after receiving 43 complaints alleging a failure of the left or right front suspension links.
According to the NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration), during the low-speed parking maneuvers, 32 complaints concerned failures while 11 occurred while driving.
However, a class of action lawsuit was launched against the world’s best-selling plug-in and battery electric passenger car manufacturer ‘Tesla’ in California over suspension issues of Model X and Model S automotive have defects that can result in premature component failure. But, however, in a blog post, the electric car manufacturer refused or denied any safety defects in its Tesla X and S models.
A Few days back, the U.S Administration claimed that it was extending a separate study into nearly 159,000 Tesla Model S and Model X vehicles but in June it has initiated a preliminary assessment of touchscreen failures and the agency stated that the failure or let down can result in the loss of rear-camera image display when in reverse and reduced rear visibility and the audible chimes relating to Autopilot, as well as turn signals.
Lastly, the preliminary inquiry or investigation covered around 63,000 Tesla Model S automobile.