Tesla Model Y, Model 3 steering failures under investigation in the US

An estimated 180,000 Tesla Model Ys and Model 3s are facing a probe by US road safety regulators after owners reported their electric cars had lost all steering control.

US road safety regulators have launched a probe into the Tesla Model Y SUV and Model 3 sedan – the most popular electric cars in the world – following multiple reports of drivers of losing steering control on the road.

As reported by CarBuzz, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) – the country’s peak road safety body – has launched a preliminary investigation into approximately 180,000 Model Year 2023 Teslas.

According to NHTSA, it has received 12 official reports from drivers of 2023 Tesla Model Y a

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