Tesla Inc. the popular electric vehicle maker from the United States, has put temporary covers on the addition of automatic emergency braking in some of it newly produced models. This means the company shut the production of AEB in all the models of the Model 3, along with the newly produced units of the Model S sedan and the Model X SUV.
Tesla has even cited the reason behind this sudden decision to keep the addition of automatic emergency braking on hold saying that the company has presently analyzed the data from all its cars to make sure that the AEB systems work seamlessly without much inconvenience caused to the users.
Until the time the entire process is completed and Tesla starts with AEB again, the technology will be working in shadow mode, which means that it will be collecting data for analysis as to how the system would function if was active. This is a part of the standard protocol as the company calls it. However, the other safety technology like autopilot mode technology and warning collision system will still be working as normal.
Once the company gets the automatic emergency braking system to function normally again after completing the analysis process, the users will not have to face a big time hassle to get it again. The company will offer it as an on-air update for all the Tesla users, and all that they need to do is download it in their software system and it will be good to go again.
Tesla’s latest model, the Model 3, is an all-electric 4-door luxury sedan that has been worked on a very impulsive and sharp timeline by the company’s CEO, Elon Musk. The company has presently increased the deliveries to its own employees and insiders ahead of the customers’ delivery.