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.