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Tesla Recalls Over 2 Million Vehicles In US Due To Warning Lights Issue

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Tesla is recalling 2.2 million vehicles in the US due to warning lights with a smaller font size, which can make critical safety information difficult to read.

The recall covers various Tesla EV models, and the company has started releasing a free over-the-air software update to fix the issue.

This is not the first recall for Tesla, as the company has faced safety issues with its Autopilot feature and door unlocking during a crash.

“Warning lights with a smaller font size can make critical safety information on the instrument panel difficult to read, increasing the risk of a crash,” the NHTSA stated.

Tesla has also recalled 1.62 million electric vehicles exported to China over similar safety concerns, which were resolved with remote software updates.

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