In the United States, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is trying to force Tesla to recall some Tesla Model S and X vehicles due to display problems.
So far, Transport Canada hasn't issued a similar recall, but since the issue is related to the display hardware, it seems likely that Canadian models are experiencing the same issues.
This issue is caused by a worn out flash memory chip in 2012-2018 Model S sedans and 2012-2018 Model X crossovers, according to Motherboard. Every time a driver starts their car, this chip wears out a bit more, with reports claiming that screens lock up after five to six years of use.
Tesla is aware of this and has projected a large number of repairs between 2020 and 2028, most of them ...