Elon Musk said Tesla will fix an annoying problem that can lead to water dumping into its cars

TeslaTesla has struggled to keep up with its Model 3 production goals.
  • Tesla recently reintroduced automatic windshield wipers to its vehicles.
  • A Model 3 owner wrote on Reddit that the wipers activate as soon as a door opens, which can push water into the car.
  • On Twitter, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the problem would be fixed in an upcoming software update.

Tesla recently brought automatic windshield wipers back to its vehicles, but a Model 3 owner revealed a problem with the wipers that CEO Elon Musk said would be fixed.

On Reddit, the Model 3 owner said that, when it’s raining, the windshield wipers will begin moving as soon as a door opens, pushing water into the car.

“When getting into the car in the rain, the wipers auto-setting triggers when you open the door, which proceeds to dump all the water on the windshield into the car and you,” the owner wrote.

The Reddit post was brought to Musk’s attention on Twitter. He replied by saying the bug would be “fixed in next release.”

While Tesla’s customers tend to be very happy with their cars, the company has struggled to keep up with its Model 3 production goals.

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