Tesla Recalls 125,000 Cars Over Seat Belt Warning Issue

Tesla is recalling 125,227 cars in the U.S. because of a problem with the seat belt warning system, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

The affected cars don’t meet federal safety standards because their seat belt warning lights and sounds might not activate when the driver is not wearing a seat belt.


The recall includes certain Model S cars from 2012-2024, Model X cars from 2015-2024, Model 3 cars from 2017-2023, and Model Y cars from 2020-2023.

Tesla plans to fix the issue with an over-the-air software update starting in June. This update will make the seat belt reminders work based on the seat belt buckle and ignition status, rather than the seat occupancy sensor.

Earlier this year, Tesla recalled 200,000 cars due to a software problem that affected drivers’ visibility while reversing. They also recalled nearly 4,000 Cybertrucks in April to fix an issue with the accelerator pedal. Additionally, U.S. regulators are investigating whether a previous recall of over 2 million cars to install new Autopilot safety measures was sufficient after several crashes.

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