The driving range of their cars was allegedly lowered by 20% as a result of an automatic over

over-the-air (OTA) software upgrade, according to four plaintiffs who are suing Tesla. 

Model S and Model X electric vehicles, which allegedly received updates without informing the customer

Plaintiffs contend that the range reduction occurred right away following the update,

Additionally, they received a "BMS_u029" error, which denotes that the battery was depleted or rendered

The damages are not limited to decreased battery life. Some Tesla owners

third party over $500 to reverse the update. In some cases, customers had to replace the battery.

 A new battery can cost over $15,000. The plaintiffs also want punitive damages