Tesla Regains Some Approval From Consumer Reports For Restoring Low-Speed Emergency Braking

By Jon LeSage Consumer Reports has raised Tesla’s safety scores but expects to see improvements made at highway speeds.
The product review magazine has restored some of the points taken away in April from the Tesla Model S and Model X over the automatic emergency braking (AEB) system being removed as a standard feature on these vehicles in October 2016.
Some of the points were restored after Tesla issued a software upgrade restoring AEB in the affected vehicles soon after the report was published. Consumer Reports observes that some customers had been waiting as long as six months for it to happen.
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