Model S of Tesla’s sedan is not any more recommendable as concerns over its reliability increase, according to Consumer Reports.
Glitches in the electric car’s touchscreen controls and air suspension have led to a fall in its ranking in the yearly Auto Reliability Survey.
The Senior Director of Auto Testing, Jake Fisher, said different problems are seen in the car, first presented 8 years ago. Updating the cars while not much changing their bodies is the main trend Tesla has been addressing for years.
The electric car company announced that the owners of the cars will be refunded.