By Jon LeSage Consumer Reports has officially reinstated the Tesla Model S to it top safety rating ranking for fixing its emergency braking system.
The consumer safety magazine had taken the Model S off that list in April after reviewing the vehicle and finding that Tesla’s software update for the automotive emergency braking (AEB) wasn’t adequate.
The latest upgrade includes the AEB system kicking in at highway speeds, Consumer Reports said.
By late April, the electric carmaker had committed to solve the problem through over-the-air updates. It took until July for Tesla to start the upgrade, and the magazine has been satisfied with the results.
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