Recall roundup: Tesla Model S in Norway image

Tesla Motors has officially announced a recall for the Model S in Norway, because of some problems to the motor / transmission.

Despite being highly successful on the Old Continent, the Tesla Model S is currently meeting its very first problems as these have struck Norway, the most important market in Europe for the car manufacturer. According to a recent press release emitted by Tesla Motors, the Model S is the subject of a recall, which has been announced because of some problems with the motor / transmission assembly. Because of this, owners of the electric vehicle will have to take a trip back to the dealers in order to get the issue solved.

From the first information, no less than 1,100 units of the Tesla Model S will be affected by this problem as the company’s engineers have identified an issue between the motor’s connectors and the transmission. These haven’t been greased enough and it can lead to premature usage or other defections. Owners of the affected models will be notified by Tesla soon and the repairs / replacements will be made free of charge. If you own such a vehicle and you would like to know more about the recall, you should contact your local Tesla representative.