When the gas detector goes off
The gas meter on the Tesla Model S is showing an abnormal reading, according to Tesla.
A company representative told CNBC the problem was related to the sensors installed in the vehicle.
The issue affects the vehicle’s sensors that monitor the vehicle and alert the owner if it starts smelling of gas.
The sensor readings should be higher than normal, but the Tesla representative said the readings aren’t high enough to warrant an alert.
Tesla said the sensors on the vehicle will automatically shut off after 90 minutes.
A Tesla spokesperson told CNBC Tesla is working on a fix and is working with regulators and regulators to get it fixed.
The Tesla representative didn’t immediately respond to CNBC’s request for comment.
The company said it is taking the issue seriously and is monitoring the situation closely.
Tesla said it has installed new sensors in the car’s instrument panel and the company’s cars have been fitted with the new sensors.
Tesla has installed the new sensor technology on all its cars since the start of the year, according a Tesla spokesperson.
We’ve got an ongoing conversation with regulators to see if there are any more things that need to be done, Tesla said.