Tesla to recall of FSD Beta software in driver-safety measure


Tesla will recall software from 53,822 of its Model S, X, 3 and Y vehicles in the U.S. to eliminate a feature that let cars automatically roll past stop signs, according to records published Tuesday by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

These cars feature a relatively new version of the company’s so-called Full Self-Driving Beta (or FSD Beta) software.

Newer versions of FSD Beta (2020.40.4.10 or later), which are subject to the recall, give drivers a “rolling stop” function that lets their cars automatically “roll through an all-way stop intersection without first coming to a stop,” the NHTSA notices said, which “can increase the risk of a crash.”

Tesla wrote in its…


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