On October 17, a U.S. auto regulator confirmed that Tesla would recall 54,676 Model X vehicles manufactured between 2021 and 2023 because the car controller failed to detect low braking fluid and could fail to display a warning light.
As of October 10, the EV maker has not been made aware of any collisions, injuries, or fatalities that may be connected to this condition.
However, so far this year, Tesla has recalled approximately 439,000 vehicles. For reference, in August, the NHTSA initiated an inquiry into 280,000 new Tesla Model 3 and Model Y vehicles due to claims of loss of steering control and power steering. Certain 2021-2023 Model S/X vehicles were recalled in July due to faulty front seatbelts, forward collision avoidance, sensing camera systems, and backover prevention.