Tesla was again found guilty of throttling its Supercharger speed on early Model S vehicles.

In Norway, the company is asked to pay ~$14,000 to affected owners in a retrial of the process, which Tesla is going to appeal

The Problem

Back in 2019, Electrek reported on several reports from Tesla owners about seeing significant drops in range from 12 to 30 miles following a software update.

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Tesla Found Guilty Of Throttling Charging Speeds On Older Models

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