Tesla settles class-action lawsuit over Model S range reduction

By the way, it goes back to 2019. Reported on the investigation The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) talks about some of the problems customers have with Tesla Model S batteries. Specifically, Tesla has sent a wireless software update aimed at addressing a Model S battery pack issue, but has reduced the range of affected vehicles.

Reportedly, the reduction in scope was sufficient to offend many of the Model S owners and filed a class action proceeding. Reuters announces Thursday, They won. Not only that, Tesla has agreed to pay $ 1.5 million to the owners of the affected vehicles. That’s about $ 625 per owner.