Tesla fixes the next bug in around 130,000 of its electric cars with a wireless software update. On affected Model 3 and Model Y vehicles, the computer in the infotainment system may overheat during fast charging, causing it to function poorly.
According to documents published on Wednesday night, the US road traffic authority NHTSA is officially carrying out the repair as a recall campaign, even if the cars do not have to go to the workshop for it. Tesla has already had several such recall campaigns this year, in which a software problem – similar to a smartphone – is solved via radio update.
At the same time, around 700,000 vehicles actually had to go to the mechanic at the beginning of the year, most of them because the trunk lid could damage the rear-view camera cables.
The liquid gas deal between Economics Minister Robert Habeck and Qatar is in danger of failing. There are three reasons for this. The most important thing: Both parties do not agree on the term of the contract. Habeck wants to use the deal to lead Germany out of its dependence on Russia.
Negative interest on the checking or money market account gnaws at the savings. ING Germany is now introducing a trend reversal for its customers. It is expected that the ECB will also adjust its interest rate policy. Many other banks want to follow.
An Easter trip is currently causing a stir around Christine Lambrecht. The Minister of Defense flew to Sylt with her son Alexander – in a government helicopter. A media report now reveals new details about the case.
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