Tesla has announced a recall of its Cybertruck after a video went viral showing the truck’s accelerator pedal becoming stuck, potentially causing the vehicle to accelerate and cause a crash. All Cybertrucks delivered so far have been recalled, with 3,878 units affected in the recall.

According to a report filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the accelerator pedal pad may become dislocated and get stuck with the trim in the footwell area. Tesla has not received any reports of collisions, injuries, or deaths related to this issue.

Customers can take their Cybertruck to the nearest service center to get the new accelerator pedal component fitted, and the replacement will be done free of charge.

In addition to the accelerator pedal issue, Tesla has also recalled about 2.2 million electric cars, including the Cybertruck, over dashboard alert lights with font sizes that are too small for users to see and understand. This recall is aimed at addressing potential safety concerns and ensuring the proper functioning of the vehicles.

The Cybertruck, which was two years behind schedule, began deliveries to customers in November. However, there has been uncertainty about when mass production will begin.

Tesla is working on increasing production gradually, but it may take some time due to the manufacturing process. The starting price for the AWD variant of the Cybertruck is $80,000, while the range-topping variant is priced at approximately $100,000.

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