The affected population was produced for the 2021 and 2022 model years in Fremont between September 8th, 2021 and April 5th, 2022. At no cost to the owners, Tesla will replace both side front-row curtain airbags. The replacement units were manufactured with extended tabs that allow the airbag to be rolled with more inboard deployment trajectory. In production since April 2nd, Tesla says these new airbags comply with FMVSS 226.
Stores and service centers have been informed of the recall on April 12th. Owners, on the other hand, will receive notification letters on June 7th.
Currently priced from $114,990 for the dual-motor powertrain, the Model X offers 351 miles (565 kilometers) of driving range in this configuration. 60 miles per hour (97 kilometers) is dealt with in 3.8 seconds. Top speed, on the other hand, varies between 149 and 155 miles per hour (240 and 250 kilometers per hour) depending on the wheel size. Of course, the range drops by a few miles if you choose the six- or seven-seat cabin layout.
The no-nonsense Plaid needs the 22-inch optional wheels to unlock its full potential. The quickest-accelerating utility vehicle in production today needs 2.5 seconds to 60 mph and 9.9 seconds to cover the quarter mile.