Tesla agrees to pay owners for cutting range and charging rate on some cars

Tesla has agreed to pay $1.5 million to settle claims that it used software to cut usable battery capacity on 1,743 Model S sedans, Reuters reported Thursday. Owners included in the lawsuit will get $625 each (the rest of the sum goes to fees and attorney costs), according to the report, which cites documents filed last week in the United States…
Source: Green Car Reports
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