The Tesla received the long-awaited update after the downgrade by Consumer Reports

Last week Consumer Reports deducted a few points from the rating of the Tesla Model S and Model X, saying that announced last fall, the function of automatic emergency braking has not been added by the manufacturer.

Tesla responded quite promptly by releasing the appropriate update software. Automatic emergency braking operates at speeds up to 45 km/h, but the manufacturer said that this threshold will gradually rise in the process of collecting and analyzing data about the system.

Due to the reduction of the rating of the Tesla Model S received a score of 85/100, dropping to third place in the segment of premium sedans. Consumer Reports has promised to revise the rating when the update is installed on a sufficient number of electric vehicles.


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