Tesla Motors Club says 15,000 cars are involved; the Model S had 123,000 units in the earlier recall.
Tesla recently published on its website a voluntary recall. It is related to an issue in “steering assist motor” bolts that attach it to the steering gear of Model X units. They rust and may break, which immediately cuts the assistance. According to Tesla Motors Club, 15,000 vehicles are involved. That would be a really welcome measure to protect these customers if the Model S did not have precisely the same issue back on March 29, 2018.
Gallery: Tesla Model X Gets A Recall For Issue Model S Had In 2018