American electric car manufacturer Tesla will recall 5,97 thousand electric vehicles in the United States due to problems with brake caliper bolts, according to a release from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
In particular, the recall is subject to electric cars Model 3 2019-2021 years of release and Model Y 2020-2021 years of production.
“The brake caliper bolts can be loosened, allowing the brake caliper to detach and touch the wheel rim,” the report said. Tesla Customer Service will check and tighten or replace the caliper bolts for free.
This is not the first recall of Tesla electric vehicles. In February of this year, Tesla recalled almost 135,000 cars in the United States due to problems with the display. The American company Tesla Motors was founded in 2003 as a developer and manufacturer of electric vehicles and related technologies. The company is headquartered in Palo Alto, California. In addition to electric vehicles, the company uses its own technology to make batteries and electric motors and sells them to other car companies, such as Toyota and Daimler.