The software update was beamed to Tesla cars over-the-air early Saturday morning.
Lyft has taken a different approach than its rival to driver accommodations. Critics say it reflects a more relaxed attitude toward drivers’ concerns.
Tesla and Elon Musk enjoyed hands-off regulation and lush government incentives. Then came the Biden administration.
A judge found the measure “unenforceable." The group backing the measure plans to appeal.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk took the stage to tout the company’s automation ambitions Thursday — days after investigators said they were looking into the company’s Autopilot driver-assistance system.
The fire inspector cited the thermal management system in one of the Tesla Model S sedans as one of two possible causes in the blaze, which showed what can happen when one electric car ignited another in the garage.
The eyebrow-raising comments came as Tesla announced its second-quarter earnings results Monday, and Musk said he would step aside from earnings calls.
The vehicle was among the first distributed to customers, after Elon Musk hosted a delivery event in June.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said companies must report incidents within one day of learning of a crash.
Tesla debuted the world's quickest production car on Thursday, in an event just as notable for what it did not include.
Uber uncoupled driver earnings from the price customers pay just as a driver shortage hit, part of a pattern of eroding driver control.
Tesla is bringing the strategies pioneered by Apple to the auto industry. Consumers are learning that’s not always a good thing.
The pandemic gave them the push they needed to move on from Uber and Lyft. Some drivers aren’t looking back.
A Tesla executive said the steering wheel was “deformed” and all of the car’s seat belts were unbuckled.
The consumer protection nonprofit's tester said he found the results "frightening."
Officials said Tesla is not party to a probe into a weekend Model S crash that killed two — a departure from typical protocol.
The board held that an administrative law judge was correct in finding Tesla engaged in unfair labor practices.
The announcement affecting 70,000 drivers follows a ruling in Britain's Supreme Court last month that drivers are "workers," a designation that entitles them to the minimum wage.
The loans came as Uber and gig economy companies added billions to their stock values after defeating an effort to make drivers employees.
Alameda County had initially denied issuing the data, citing requirements under healthy privacy law.