Tesla Recalls 90,000 Model S Cars To Double-Check Seatbelts

After a report that one belt disconnected itself

Tesla Model S

Tesla Model S

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Electric car maker Tesla Motors is recalling its Model S sedan cars. The recall is to check on the seat belt construction, and will affect 90,000 cars. This comes after a report from earlier in November of a faulty front passenger seatbelt. The car in question was in Europe, and the seatbelt opened when the passenger turned to talk to someone in the rear seat. The company told Reuters that the cost of the recall was "immaterial."